billybill wrote:Skillz wrote:I still have everything from UT-files.com stored on two hard drives. The content totals over 600GB in size. I don't have a reliable Internet connection anymore, just my limited phones 3g internet. When I can, utfiles will be back in full.
There could be big differences between your files and the uK ones when you do get this back up. On top of that I have expressed interest in maintaining the files, like of a public clean-up, and doing the opposite to uK I would offer the directory for leeching but dissallow UT clients to download. And like I have said in another thread document every single change made
There's going to be some real problems in the future with file variations that have the same name but are different, particually with lots of big redirects around. I think the best approach would be to look at what the UT client is sending before it gets the file, and write a php script around it, that would send back the correct file that is requested
medor wrote:Minimum like the old uz utfiles redirect.
If you want you can send me a package with your uz for i upload it
medor wrote:please make it uz and give me a link for all in one
billybill wrote:He's keeping the contents hidden so doubt if he will get something like this. He already has multiple server boxes, forums, iptocountry server and a redirect
When I have time I'll look further into the header and GUID. I already worry about the drive I saved all the redirect files to. The file GUIDs and double-ups we still have some problems to resolve. Having several redirects may be a good thing after all if there is a risk of data corruption on one. [ I seem to be plagued with this problem the last 10 years. RAID, backups, I've done it all, only to find I've had problematic power supplies etc. ]
I did manage to find several ways to make a linux webserver not case sensitive, I'm not going to read every post to see who mentioned this as a big difference that was of some importance
I'm still going to go through hosting a redirect and a forum at some point in the next couple months, like skillz did, but much more emphasis on sorting the files. Haven't thought a whole lot about the zip files you mention (with readmes, int files etc), most the stuff you need to know is within the content of the files that would be on the redirect, provided you can read the code, right? There's probably some client-side stuff not on there though and why should it be
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