Status as of Friday COB @ Boutillers, Port au Prince, Haiti

Bill Woodcock woody at pch.net
Sun Jan 24 17:53:27 CST 2010


On Jan 23, 2010, at 8:41 AM, Eric Brunner-Williams wrote:
> Reginald Chauvet, the owner of the Data Center in Boutillers, in which the .ht Country Code registry is a tenant, has left Haiti with his family. All the critical telecom infrastructures are located at the Data Center in Boutillers.


Note that the servers that master the .HT domain are located in Sydney, Australia, in the CoCCA datacenter, and have been (and continue to be) continuously available.  The general business operations of the registry are presumably still on hold, but the .HT domain administrators and those of us operating the publicly-visible .HT servers arrived at a process for making any necessary updates to delegations and nameserver records for second-level domains quite some time ago, so there's no operational impact here.  The .HT domain has been continuously functional throughout this affair.

                                -Bill




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