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Welcome to PlanetUnix Networks

The most popular public service offered by PlanetUnix Networks is our Mirror Service.

The mirror service is hosted on a 100Mbps link located at SharkTECH in Chicago, IL, USA.

The mirror can be accessed via HTTP, FTP, RSYNC, and AnonCVS (OpenBSD only).

Current Network Status

NetBSD 6.1.4

up 89+06:24

2 users

load: 1.65 1.37 1.34

cpu28.3% user0.0% nice31.9% sys1.2% intr38.6% idle
xennet0179.96 Kb/s in145.84 Kb/s out238 pps in329 pps out
xennet12.38 Kb/s in9.93 Kb/s out36 pps in72 pps out

NetBSD 5.99.23

up 89+06:23

1 user

load: 0.65 0.62 0.58

cpu0.4% user0.0% nice3.2% sys0.7% intr95.7% idle
bge0169.68 Kb/s in152.86 Kb/s out261 pps in359 pps out
etherip00.07 Kb/s in0.05 Kb/s out1 pps in0 pps out
ping10. loss38.731 min46.681 avg103.429 max18.992 std

OpenBSD 5.2

up 89+06:20

1 user

load: 0.16 0.16 0.16

cpu0.4% user0.0% nice0.6% sys1.7% intr97.3% idle
em00.19 Kb/s in0.29 Kb/s out2 pps in2 pps out
em18.53 Kb/s in2.40 Kb/s out60 pps in31 pps out
ping172. loss33.035 min34.730 avg41.436 max2.577 std
ping172. loss0.373 min0.401 avg0.435 max0.025 std
ping172. loss25.263 min25.612 avg26.069 max0.308 std
ping172. loss53.890 min54.214 avg54.792 max0.420 std
ping172. loss34.420 min35.920 avg39.564 max1.742 std

OpenBSD 5.2

up 89+06:15

0 users

load: 0.10 0.08 0.08

cpu0.0% user0.0% nice0.2% sys0.2% intr99.5% idle
em00.70 Kb/s in0.77 Kb/s out2 pps in2 pps out
ping172. loss31.615 min33.423 avg35.541 max0.938 std
ping172. loss1.283 min1.339 avg1.444 max0.059 std
ping172. loss25.358 min25.611 avg26.291 max0.287 std
ping172. loss54.123 min54.496 avg55.072 max0.323 std
ping172. loss34.207 min34.960 avg36.613 max0.872 std

OpenBSD 5.2

up 89+06:14

0 users

load: 0.14 0.11 0.08

cpu0.0% user0.0% nice0.0% sys0.1% intr99.9% idle
em00.03 Kb/s in0.00 Kb/s out0 pps in0 pps out
em10.02 Kb/s in0.08 Kb/s out0 pps in0 pps out

FreeBSD 10.2

up 35+04:36

0 users

load: 0.12 0.25 0.28

cpu0.0% user0.0% nice0.2% sys0.0% intr99.8% idle
hn00.78 Kb/s in0.74 Kb/s out2 pps in2 pps out
ping172. loss81.862 min83.518 avg89.419 max2.232 std
ping172. loss54.007 min54.218 avg54.962 max0.371 std
ping172. loss53.203 min53.498 avg53.946 max0.357 std
ping172. loss65.950 min66.801 avg71.870 max1.715 std
ping172. loss40.453 min40.934 avg42.868 max0.728 std

FreeBSD 10.2

up 35+04:35

0 users

load: 0.17 0.31 0.32

cpu0.1% user0.0% nice0.1% sys0.0% intr99.8% idle
hn00.79 Kb/s in0.79 Kb/s out4 pps in2 pps out
ping172. loss55.225 min57.068 avg66.398 max3.168 std
ping172. loss33.857 min34.835 avg36.400 max0.717 std
ping172. loss33.592 min34.902 avg41.852 max2.348 std
ping172. loss33.046 min34.374 avg41.552 max2.442 std
ping172. loss40.441 min41.754 avg49.304 max2.528 std

FreeBSD 10.2

up 34+10:42

0 users

load: 0.33 0.24 0.24

cpu0.1% user0.0% nice0.2% sys0.1% intr99.6% idle
hn00.69 Kb/s in0.76 Kb/s out2 pps in2 pps out
ping172. loss22.377 min23.332 avg25.041 max0.790 std
ping172. loss24.976 min25.282 avg25.946 max0.344 std
ping172. loss24.544 min25.084 avg25.531 max0.386 std
ping172. loss65.773 min66.039 avg66.677 max0.432 std
ping172. loss33.143 min33.340 avg33.461 max0.248 std

OpenBSD 5.6

up 13+03:41

0 users

load: 0.00 0.00 0.00

cpu0.7% user0.0% nice0.0% sys0.0% intr0.0% idle
bge00.53 Kb/s in0.97 Kb/s out2 pps in3 pps out
sk01.99 Kb/s in1.22 Kb/s out5 pps in5 pps out
ping172. loss33.931 min36.042 avg48.964 max4.329 std
ping172. loss32.821 min33.797 avg36.193 max0.889 std
ping172. loss22.887 min24.952 avg37.185 max4.107 std
ping172. loss82.124 min83.961 avg96.388 max4.170 std
ping172. loss56.244 min58.599 avg73.859 max5.117 std

NetBSD 6.0.1

up 13+03:41

0 users

load: 0.17 0.04 0.01

cpu0.1% user0.0% nice0.7% sys0.3% intr98.9% idle
bge00.98 Kb/s in0.60 Kb/s out3 pps in3 pps out
etherip00.05 Kb/s in0.07 Kb/s out0 pps in0 pps out

NetBSD 6.1.4

up 13+03:40

0 users

load: 0.55 0.14 0.05

cpu0.0% user0.0% nice0.0% sys0.0% intr100.0% idle
xennet00.09 Kb/s in0.07 Kb/s out1 pps in0 pps out

OpenBSD 5.2

up 13+03:38

0 users

load: 0.07 0.08 0.08

cpu0.0% user0.0% nice0.0% sys0.0% intr100.0% idle
em00.03 Kb/s in0.07 Kb/s out0 pps in0 pps out

OpenBSD 5.2

up 13+03:38

0 users

load: 0.12 0.19 0.27

cpu0.0% user0.0% nice0.6% sys0.5% intr98.9% idle
em00.54 Kb/s in0.24 Kb/s out1 pps in2 pps out
em10.05 Kb/s in0.07 Kb/s out0 pps in0 pps out

OpenBSD 5.2

up 13+03:38

0 users

load: 0.14 0.11 0.08

cpu0.0% user0.0% nice0.6% sys0.3% intr99.0% idle
em00.61 Kb/s in0.16 Kb/s out2 pps in1 pps out
em10.12 Kb/s in0.00 Kb/s out1 pps in0 pps out

PlanetUnix Networks' News Archive
9-28-2007     Brian

After a lot of customization and intense scripting, we have created a web hosting environment inside a chroot(2) jail. Kilo-Hosting is offering web hosting services based on our custom environment. Check them out for your hosting needs.

9-24-2007     Brian

The mirror server in Los Angeles will be replaced by a dual Xeon E5310 Dell PowerEdge SC1430 around mid-October.Cool Stuff.

8-26-2007     Brian

Our mirror service has been moved to Los Angeles, CA and is hosted at CalPOP.

4-23-2007     Brian

Third patch applied to all the OpenBSD systems which requires another reboot.

12-26-2006     Brian

Our mirror service is now hosting the NetBSD release engineering snapshot tree, as well as a NetBSD WWW mirror.

11-01-2006     Brian

The mirror service is now hosting a full, official NetBSD mirror via FTP, HTTP, and RSYNC.

10-17-2006     Brian

Both mail servers are now using the OpenBSD spamd(8) to filter incoming mail.

9-28-2006     Brian

Brought new backup server venus online. It will provide 960 GB of online backup space for all servers and workstations. Also purchased three more 320 GB ATA-133 hard drives from TigerDirect.

9-25-2006     Brian

Purchased two 320 GB ATA-133 hard drives for the mirror. This will expand our capacity to close to a terabyte. If you are interested in having a site mirrored, please e-mail me.

9-20-2006     Brian

Sent e-mail to OpenBSD www@ mailing list regarding mirror site. We should see some utilization soon after.

9-17-2006     Brian

Finished updating our cgi proxy for SSL support. The service members overseas in my old unit should enjoy this.

5-1-2006     Brian

OpenBSD archive created and population finished. Downloaded versions as far back as 2.0 from several mirrors across the globe.

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