Granite Canyon Down

jreich at jreich at
Wed Mar 1 01:55:53 UTC 2000

Interesting you should mention them, as I tried to setup with them this
morning.  However, they only seem partially up: their primary machine
( is not responding to DNS queries (it pings, but
doesn't respond with nslookup and dig), and their second machine
(ns...) doesn't have my domain several hours after setting things up.
Do you know how quickly things typically update?

I also noticed that their two servers have IP addresses side by side.
You certainly shouldn't rely on them exclusively, but backing them up
with Granite Canyon seems like a good idea, for the price.


In article <cxYu4.6$n3.1443 at>,
  "David Cost" <dcost at> wrote:
> Speaking of Granite Canyon, I just noticed it appears to be down.
> Fortunately, I used RealDNS for our secondary Nameserver and it looks
> it is working ( At $2.00 per year it is a
> precaution. (Using for the Domain registrations at
> $20.00/year.)

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