[time-nuts] Anyone with a fat pipe able to host a big HP manual?
Dr. David Kirkby
david.kirkby at onetel.net
Thu Dec 22 03:21:31 EST 2005
The HP 5370B time-interval counter manual on the Agilent site is a
150dpi version of the one I created some time back at 600dpi.
I still have that 600 dpi (566 MB) version online
but at 566 MB it is taking up more disk space than I would like it to,
given hosting is provided free by others.
If anyone is able to put it on a decent fast server with plenty of disk
space, could they let me know.
I don't know how many times it is downloaded/month, but I suspect not
many, so I doubt it will have a major impact on the data downloaded on a
large site, but clearly it is not suitable for use on an inexpensive web
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