[Gauss-parl] Statskontoret vs. SignOn
ehj at cleosan.com
Mon Mar 14 01:31:49 CET 2005
Jonas Bosson wrote:
>> mail to gauss at copton.net?
> I think I did, but got no reply to this question.
I ment as a first step in making a policy for "creating ssh accounts".
Decisions on that could be taken by those who are on gauss at copton.net
(the "root team").
>>> We need a contract to avoid problems such as copyright infringement
>>> or just bad use of resources (CPU/IO/Space).
>>> Any ideas?
>> I don't understand what you mean with copyright infringement.
> Not funny?
Not ment as a joke. If there is copyright on the patent applications you
must obey, we had no info from EPO yet (the EPO guys at EPIP conference
did not say anything). There is a copyright notice popping up when you
download the "Epoline dossier", but it refers to scientific (or other)
papers in the dossier.
Carsten has added a CC licence to all /Comments and there is a "if you
use statistics from this site"-note.
What is left?
>> Can't CPU/IO/Space be monitored?
> Shure but by whom?
> We could restrict user-space to limit disk, CPU etc, but resources are
> thight as they are. Not too many users would be able to use the system
> anyway. Setting things up for this takes time.
Ok. I stay out of that debate. I have no clue anyway.
> We could add a IDE 200GB disk to get more space besides the very fast
> 2X36GbX15000RPM(striped). It could be used to migrate from ext3fs to
> Also better change the low memory settings for postgress to allow
> smarter io-usage by SQL. I suggest at least 200MB for SQL-buffers (now
> it seems like 10MB or less)
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