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ntp.org issues?

I had an e-mail noting the lack of posts from list.ntp.org, and an 
"undeliverable" reply to an @ntp.org address.

Are there any issues there?  I don't recall hearing anything.

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David Taylor wrote:
> I had an e-mail noting the lack of posts from list.ntp.org, and an
> "undeliverable" reply to an @ntp.org address.
> 
> Are there any issues there?  I don't recall hearing anything.

The latest blog at nwtime.org says:

"We successfully moved our internet services from ISC in Redwood City,
California to VM and Cloud resources provided by the Markley Cloud in
Boston. The GPS receivers have been moved from ISC to southern Oregon.
We’re in the process of moving the remaining hardware from Redwood City
to ServerCentral’s location in Chicago. We truly appreciate all that ISC
has done for us, and are grateful for what the Markley Group and
ServerCentral are currently doing.
We are still ironing out the creaky bits, so please let us know if you
see anything that requires our attention."

http://nwtime.org/ntf-accomplishments-update-community/

As far as I know most services should work correctly again right now.

Martin
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Martin
8/1/2016 8:17:35 AM
On 01/08/2016 09:17, Martin Burnicki wrote:
> The latest blog at nwtime.org says:
>
> "We successfully moved our internet services from ISC in Redwood City,
> California to VM and Cloud resources provided by the Markley Cloud in
> Boston. The GPS receivers have been moved from ISC to southern Oregon.
> We’re in the process of moving the remaining hardware from Redwood City
> to ServerCentral’s location in Chicago. We truly appreciate all that ISC
> has done for us, and are grateful for what the Markley Group and
> ServerCentral are currently doing.
> We are still ironing out the creaky bits, so please let us know if you
> see anything that requires our attention."
>
> http://nwtime.org/ntf-accomplishments-update-community/
>
> As far as I know most services should work correctly again right now.
>
> Martin

Thanks, Martin.  I completely missed the announcement of any changes!

I've passed on your note.

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David
8/1/2016 3:37:39 PM
On 01/08/2016 10:17, Martin Burnicki wrote:
> David Taylor wrote:
>> I had an e-mail noting the lack of posts from list.ntp.org, and an
>> "undeliverable" reply to an @ntp.org address.
>>
>> Are there any issues there?  I don't recall hearing anything.
>
> The latest blog at nwtime.org says:
>
> "We successfully moved our internet services from ISC in Redwood City,
> California to VM and Cloud resources provided by the Markley Cloud in
> Boston. The GPS receivers have been moved from ISC to southern Oregon.
> We’re in the process of moving the remaining hardware from Redwood City
> to ServerCentral’s location in Chicago. We truly appreciate all that ISC
> has done for us, and are grateful for what the Markley Group and
> ServerCentral are currently doing.
> We are still ironing out the creaky bits, so please let us know if you
> see anything that requires our attention."
>
> http://nwtime.org/ntf-accomplishments-update-community/
>
> As far as I know most services should work correctly again right now.
>

That post seems to be a summary of things that happened months ago
(Q1+Q2 2016, probably 2016-01-01 to 2016-06-30 in some timezone).

I would hope that the actual move of the ntp.org servers would have had
a more specific (and more public) announcement at the actual time of
the change.



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Jakob
8/2/2016 1:29:48 AM
Jakob Bohm wrote:
> On 01/08/2016 10:17, Martin Burnicki wrote:
>> http://nwtime.org/ntf-accomplishments-update-community/
>>
>> As far as I know most services should work correctly again right now.
>>
> 
> That post seems to be a summary of things that happened months ago
> (Q1+Q2 2016, probably 2016-01-01 to 2016-06-30 in some timezone).

As far as I know the servers were moved during the first days in July,
but I knew this only because I contacted Harlan Stenn because I found
that some services didn't work.

> I would hope that the actual move of the ntp.org servers would have had
> a more specific (and more public) announcement at the actual time of
> the change.

I agree, and I also wrote this to Harlan.

Unfortunately, as he told me, Harlan was pretty busy those days since he
had to take care about the preparations and moving of the servers mostly
all by himself, so he didn't think of an announcement.

Martin
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Martin
8/2/2016 8:12:08 AM
Jakob Bohm <jb-usenet@wisemo.com> wrote:
> On 01/08/2016 10:17, Martin Burnicki wrote:
>> David Taylor wrote:
>>> I had an e-mail noting the lack of posts from list.ntp.org, and an
>>> "undeliverable" reply to an @ntp.org address.
>>>
>>> Are there any issues there?  I don't recall hearing anything.
>>
>> The latest blog at nwtime.org says:
>>
>> "We successfully moved our internet services from ISC in Redwood City,
>> California to VM and Cloud resources provided by the Markley Cloud in
>> Boston. The GPS receivers have been moved from ISC to southern Oregon.
>> We’re in the process of moving the remaining hardware from Redwood City
>> to ServerCentral’s location in Chicago. We truly appreciate all that ISC
>> has done for us, and are grateful for what the Markley Group and
>> ServerCentral are currently doing.
>> We are still ironing out the creaky bits, so please let us know if you
>> see anything that requires our attention."
>>
>> http://nwtime.org/ntf-accomplishments-update-community/
>>
>> As far as I know most services should work correctly again right now.
>>
>
> That post seems to be a summary of things that happened months ago
> (Q1+Q2 2016, probably 2016-01-01 to 2016-06-30 in some timezone).
>
> I would hope that the actual move of the ntp.org servers would have had
> a more specific (and more public) announcement at the actual time of
> the change.

I think the problem is not that the ntp.org servers have been moved,
hardly anyone would notice that.

The current problem is that the mailinglist appears to be down.
This is probably not related to that move because it occurred only
recently.
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Rob
8/2/2016 8:30:51 AM
Rob wrote:
> I think the problem is not that the ntp.org servers have been moved,
> hardly anyone would notice that.
> 
> The current problem is that the mailinglist appears to be down.
> This is probably not related to that move because it occurred only
> recently.

Of course this is related since the mail services are also hosted on
these servers.

This already worked again, but recently failed again. I've just tried to
contact Harlan to get some details.

Martin
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Martin
8/2/2016 9:05:41 AM
Martin Burnicki wrote:
> I've just tried to contact Harlan to get some details.

Harlan just let me know they had some DNS problems which they are
working on and hope to fix soon.

Martin
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Martin
8/2/2016 10:32:27 AM
Martin Burnicki <martin.burnicki@meinberg.de> wrote:
> Rob wrote:
>> I think the problem is not that the ntp.org servers have been moved,
>> hardly anyone would notice that.
>> 
>> The current problem is that the mailinglist appears to be down.
>> This is probably not related to that move because it occurred only
>> recently.
>
> Of course this is related since the mail services are also hosted on
> these servers.
>
> This already worked again, but recently failed again. I've just tried to
> contact Harlan to get some details.
>
> Martin

This morning I received the "monthly subscription message" that had
been datestamped on aug 1, so it appears things are getting moving again.
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Rob
8/3/2016 11:16:44 AM
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