hannigan at gmail.com
Fri Feb 21 20:39:52 UTC 2014
We do have an issue at the TorIX.
We have isolated it to a hardware bug impacting our networking and
we're working to get it fixed ASAP. It's not likely to be entirely
fixed prior to the end of the Winter Olympics. We have a workaround
that should allow us to serve more traffic locally again. Apologies.
On Fri, Feb 21, 2014 at 2:12 PM, Clayton Zekelman <clayton at mnsi.net> wrote:
> They have TORIX connections, but they didn't seem to send the stream traffic through them.
> Sent from my iPhone
> On 2014-02-21, at 1:56 PM, Keith <kwoody at citywest.ca> wrote:
>> I would have figured an IX like that would have something there? Even BCNet has some akamai stuff
>> within their network.
>> We are pretty small in the scheme of things and have had Akamai for quite a few years, but this is the biggest event we have ever
>> seen on our server.
>> On 2/21/2014 10:47 AM, Clayton Zekelman wrote:
>>> Hats off? They're not even sending the streams through TORIX which seems like a big day FAIL to me.
>>> Sent from my iPhone
>>> On 2014-02-21, at 1:39 PM, Keith <kwoody at citywest.ca> wrote:
>>>> I just want to publicly say hats off to Akamai today.
>>>> We have seen spikes on our Akamai server before, but nothing like it has been
>>>> in the last few days with the Canadian hockey live streaming.
>>>> IOS7 release from Apple spiked it, but today, almost 800 megs of traffic coming
>>>> off our server currently with the mens US/Canada match up.
>>>> Tip of the hat to you folks.
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