mkarir at merit.edu
Wed Sep 6 16:06:50 UTC 2006
Just wanted to provide people with a quick update on the
BGP-Inspect project. The BGP-Inspect website
people with an easy to use, fast, querable interface to
a subset of the data collected at routeviews.
Since the last update we have added 3 additional "views",
i.e. peers whose data you can query individually. These
new peers are: UUNET-MCI(184.108.40.206), Verio-CA(220.127.116.11)
and France-Telecom-NYC(18.104.22.168). What this means is that
we are extracting information for these 3 peers in addition to
the 5 that we did previously.
The website now hosts data going back to Aug 1 2005, and the
database has grown to over 400GB. We continue to see a moderate
amount of usage with people running queries on a continual basis.
Roughly speaking queries from outside North America seem to outnumber
queries from within(probably an artifact of the data the site provides).
One question I had for the community is just how useful is it to
provide live access to data going back upto a year. Has anyone actually
used such historical data in the past? The original goal of the project
was to house data for upto 6 months, we are now upto 13 months.
If there is not much use for it perhaps we can age out data older than
say 1 year?
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