web server and ftp server are now on the same machine, actually .....
everything is now merged together once more ...
On Sun, 30 Sep 2001, Bruce Momjian wrote:
> > now that the 18gig is in place and I have space once more to work,
> > ftp.postgresql.org now points at the new server (~ftp for those that
> > login) ... let me know if there are any problems ...
> I wonder if we should be allowing people to use non-anonymous ftp. There is
> no password protection there. I use scp and like it a lot. It is less
> interactive than ftp but is easier to automate in scripts.
> I believe Peter's issue is that the web server is on a different machine
> from our accounts and there is no way to get the SGML output into the
> web server. I have created an HTML copy of the SGML here so that should
> work for people.
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