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Atticka

join:2001-11-26
Montreal, QC
reply to TSI Marc

Re: The end of ####?

Milla Jovovich fan?


TSI Marc
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said by Atticka:

Milla Jovovich fan?

LOL yeah, I was surprised nobody noticed sooner! Fifth element more than her but ya. Great movie.
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daeron

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said by TSI Marc:

said by Atticka:

Milla Jovovich fan?

LOL yeah, I was surprised nobody noticed sooner! Fifth element more than her but ya. Great movie.

Another fifth element fan! huzzah we do exist! I love that movie


rocca
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said by daeron:

Another fifth element fan! huzzah we do exist! I love that movie

Soooo many good lines in that movie, my favourite is "Negative, I am a meat popsicle" (which I manage to fit into every day conversation perhaps a little too frequently)


TSI Marc
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LOL that is a great line. I was watching it the other day.. it's on Netflix now.

Another movie with tons of a great lines is Fight club. some that can't really be repeated here hehe.
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daeron

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said by TSI Marc:

LOL that is a great line. I was watching it the other day.. it's on Netflix now.

Another movie with tons of a great lines is Fight club. some that can't really be repeated here hehe.

Another goodie. Demolition man!
"You can take this job and you can shovel it!"


Guspaz
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said by TSI Marc:

LOL that is a great line. I was watching it the other day.. it's on Netflix now.

Another movie with tons of a great lines is Fight club. some that can't really be repeated here hehe.

I also re-watched it recently, it's a favourite. Well, I've liked most of the Luc Besson movies that I've seen, for that matter.

Randomly changing the subject, whatever happened to netflix caching? They don't peer at TorIX, so you can't get in on that, but are you big enough to justify getting one of their hardware appliances?
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TSI Marc
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Yeah Besson has good movies. I was watching Arthur series not long ago. Pretty good, was surprised they didn't do better.

Netflix caching.. Yeah for sure. I'll get details of where that's at.
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TSI Marc
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said by Guspaz:

Randomly changing the subject, whatever happened to netflix caching? They don't peer at TorIX, so you can't get in on that, but are you big enough to justify getting one of their hardware appliances?

Just double checked... We've had it installed for over a month now. Seems to work well.
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34764170

join:2007-09-06
Etobicoke, ON
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said by Guspaz:

Randomly changing the subject, whatever happened to netflix caching? They don't peer at TorIX, so you can't get in on that, but are you big enough to justify getting one of their hardware appliances?

An ISP the size of TSI would have no problem meeting the requirements stated by Netflix but that still doesn't guarantee they'll receive the appliance just as meeting peering requirements doesn't guarantee a network will peer with you. I have a hard time believing TSI isn't receiving in excess of 10Gb of traffic from Netflix's CDN partners at the moment.


TSI Marc
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We've had it installed for a number of weeks now...
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34764170

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How many servers are part of the cluster TSI received?


TSI Marc
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I'm pretty sure its the same as has been described around the web...
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34764170

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The setup is N+1 so it depends on how big the ISP is.. I'll assume 2 since that's the smallest installation.