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OpenMandriva.org Suffers Outage, Restored Now

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I'd been wondering when some news was going to come out of the OpenMandriva camp, but today's tidbit wasn't what I hoped. Instead of a developmental release to test, Anurag Bhandari posted to announce that the OpenMandriva network was back up and running. I didn't even notice it was down.

openmandriva.org was down for about 48 hours beginning sometime July 23 and officially ending with Bhandari's post today. He also says they will figure out what the problem was and take steps to prevent any such similar occurrence.

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