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opensuse.org hardware failure

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I am sorry to inform you that we have currently a bigger hardware failure of the raid system, which provides the content of ftp.opensuse.org and stage.opensuse.org.

As a side effect, also the redirector download.opensuse.org is currently down. This leads to error messages, if you have added any extra repositories in your openSUSE installation.

We work on resolving this, but we have currently not the needed hardware to replace it. The raid will become available again tomorrow, if the night over express succeeds.

Sorry for that
adrian

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Hmmm..

Some Microsoft gremlins must have left a wrench inside the server. Sad

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