Re: Backup server?

Jamie Rishaw (
Tue, 3 Jun 1997 06:37:52 -0400 (EDT)

If you do this, it would be a lit simpler to round-robin the address
"" via DNS.

That way there's no work required at the user's end.

> Hi,
> Would it be beneficial to set up a new key server? Not that the old
> one is overloaded, but if we get half of our clients to run on each, then
> half of us will still be cracking keys if one of them is down (network,
> server down, whatever). Of course, this second server must be connected
> to the Internet using a different route, or it would be pointless.
> Maybe this also means that the server would have to be located at
> a different place physically.
> Howard
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> When in doubt, it must be trivial.

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