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Re: Does anyone have a long soc.* retention? (thread)

news.admin.peering

Posted: 5 Days 7 Hours ago by: Julien_√ČLIE

Hi Nigel, You could just set up a peer with them (to obtain new articles) and in parallel take their 14-day free trial and suck all the old articles you want during that time.

Re: Does anyone have a long soc.* retention? (thread)

news.admin.peering

Posted: 5 Days 10 Hours ago by: Jesse Rehmer

Setting up a server and getting peers is relatively easy, but finding a longtime admin willing to take time set things up to feed you old articles is a bigger feat. I attempted several years back, but partially due to dropping the bal

Re: Does anyone have a long soc.* retention? (thread)

news.admin.peering

Posted: 5 Days 14 Hours ago by: Nigel Reed

Thanks for the suggestion, but it sort of defeats the object of having my own news server if I'm just going to buy service elsewhere.

Re: Does anyone have a long soc.* retention? (thread)

news.admin.peering

Posted: 6 Days ago by: John Levine

The big providers like Giganews and Easynews all have at least a decade of text newsgroups, and many of them will peer with anyone. But that doesn't mean they'll backfill a decade of soc.bananans for you. If you want old messages, sign

Does anyone have a long soc.* retention?

news.admin.peering

Posted: 6 Days 2 Hours ago by: Nigel Reed

Hi news admins, I was looking at one of my groups and someone mentioned that since Google Groups changed, it's hard to find old articles. I'm wondering if anyone has a large retention of soc.* groups. I'm thinking 10-20+ years? I would l

Re: Does anyone recognize 94.130.33.165? (thread)

news.admin.peering

Posted: 11 Days 7 Hours ago by: yamo'

Hi, Jesse Rehmer a tapoté le 12/05/2022 17:48: $ nc 94.130.33.165 119 200 news.roellig-ltd.de InterNetNews NNRP server INN 2.6.3 ready (no posting) HTH

Re: Does anyone recognize 94.130.33.165? (thread)

news.admin.peering

Posted: 12 Days 6 Hours ago by: Thomas Hochstein

Hetzner is one of the larger providers in Germany, especially for dedicated and virtual servers for reasonable prices, so you'll find quite a lot of servers hosted there.. That's news4.open-news-network.org (or news.roellig-ltd.de, sam

Does anyone recognize 94.130.33.165?

news.admin.peering

Posted: 12 Days 9 Hours ago by: Jesse Rehmer

There is a server connecting to mine as a peer, but I do not recognize it as a configured peer. Not sure if misconfigured DNS with an existing peer, or someone attempting to peer that I haven't configured. The server is in similar IP spac

XanaNews Statistic for news.admin.peering. 5/1/2022 11:53:12 AM

news.admin.peering

Posted: 23 Days 7 Hours ago by: The Doctor

XanaNews Statistic for news.admin.peering. 5/1/2022 11:53:12 AM From article 193 (4/30/2022 5:48:55 AM) to article 195 (4/30/2022 5:30:05 PM) Number of threads ................... 1 Number of articles .................. 4 Average artic

stats 2022-04

news.admin.peering

Posted: 23 Days 7 Hours ago by: The Doctor

Group : news.admin.peering Statistics : from 4/1/2022 to 4/30/2022 ***** Users with most messages ***** num| Name | Nb Msg | size | or. | % ----|----------------|--------|--------|-----|------------------| 1 | The Doctor

Re: Finding the Message-ID from a Dejanews Google Search Archivew result (thread)

alt.free.newsservers

Posted: 24 Days 1 Hour ago by: wasbit

<bje@ripco.com> wrote in message news:t4jcnu$4ar$1@remote6hme0.ripco.com... I don't know the name of the newsgroup any more than I know what the secret squirrel game is. It's a general question for when I find articles on a google search

Re: Finding the Message-ID from a Dejanews Google Search Archivew result (thread)

news.admin.peering

Posted: 24 Days 12 Hours ago by: bje

Why don't you quit playing Secret Squirrel and tell us the name of the newsgroup and approximate time frame. Deja is gone, it's not coming back and google sanitized everything where finding what you seek is just not going to happen. De

Re: Finding the Message-ID from a Dejanews Google Search Archivew result (thread)

news.admin.peering

Posted: 24 Days 13 Hours ago by: Frank Slootweg

It's of course your choice, but it isn't too hard to create a fake Google Account which shouldn't be traceable to you. Last time I did that - just as a proof of concept -, I was Santa Claus.

Finding the Message-ID from a Dejanews Google Search Archivew result

news.admin.peering

Posted: 26 Days 5 Hours ago by: wasbit

How can I find the message id of a very old article which has long ago expired in my news feed & on the news server but which I can find on a google search? Google's dejanews no longer allows the original message (with headers) to be viewe

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