|Difference between Datacenters?|
www2/3 vs. the others?
| 1:34 pm on Dec 16, 2003 (gmt 0)|
Is there a difference between www2/3 and the other datacenters? I do not mean between algo/results/filters, I mean more along the lines of why are they named differently and do they have a different significance? I did a search and couldn't find anything. Thanks in advance.
| 3:06 pm on Dec 16, 2003 (gmt 0)|
dunno .. all datacenters can have 2 and 3 as suffix .. -in2, kr2, lm3, etc.
| 3:15 pm on Dec 16, 2003 (gmt 0)|
Thanks for the reply. I guess I am looking to see if www2 and www3 are actual datacenters like -lm, -fi, -va, and -in to name a few. Or like you mentioned each datacenter can have multiple names like -kr and -kr2. Would www2 and www3 be backups to the main index?
| 11:00 pm on Dec 16, 2003 (gmt 0)|
www2 and www3 are not datacenters, so to cut to the chase, their isn't any reason to really pay attention to them.
| 11:06 pm on Dec 16, 2003 (gmt 0)|
Same **** results anyway - this is a non-subject
| 11:39 pm on Dec 25, 2003 (gmt 0)|
Google has many datacentres each with a slightly different database. When you search at www.google.com you get a random (and different) datacentre each time. You can search directly at each datacetre as well.
Try www-fi.google.com, then -in, -va, -ab, -dc, -cw, -ex, -zu, -lm, -mc, -kr, and -sj.
For each datacentre -xx there is also a matching -xx2 version too.
The www2 and www3 addresses point to a static datacentre, often for many days or weeks at a time, and then it is suddenly changed again.
I don't know about -xx3 at all. Not tried that.