[tahoe-dev] FAQ? - What happens if I loose the Tahoe-LAFS gateway machine? production ready?

David-Sarah Hopwood david-sarah at jacaranda.org
Fri Jan 7 21:21:35 UTC 2011

On 2011-01-07 20:02, Greg Troxel wrote:
> Brian Warner <warner at lothar.com> writes:
>> What matters most is the filecap, dircap, or "rootcap" under which you
>> stored your data. You must retain access to that string.
> Nit: you really need the introducer furl.   But all the storage servers
> should have it, so that's less scary than your rootcap.

That is stored on all the storage servers and clients, so barring a
horrific administration accident, you're no more likely to lose it than
to lose all shares. Besides, a new introducer can be created and used
in place of the old one without losing any data.

David-Sarah Hopwood  ⚥  http://davidsarah.livejournal.com

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