CURRENT BACKUP STATUS OF IA.BAK
Virtual Drive is currently: 50.74 Terabytes

CURRENT BACKUP GEOLOCATIONS
74 Clients Operating in 9 countries

Currently downloading collections:

Active: SHARD3 SHARD4 SHARD9 SHARD10

Maint: SHARD1 SHARD2 SHARD5 SHARD6 SHARD7 SHARD8

Top 25 contributors:
(you can help!)

  1. jdamery 18.03TB
  2. twatson52 12.86TB
  3. rfeany 10.27TB
  4. trs80 7.72TB
  5. oystein 5.01TB
  6. newmanre 4.42TB
  7. sean.palmer 3.78TB
  8. cyberjacob 2.01TB
  9. web 1.85TB
  10. wild.dominic 1.55TB
  11. matt 1.52TB
  12. chad 1.4TB
  13. paul.chambers 1.37TB
  14. rtucker-iabak 1.37TB
  15. lord-ia 1.02TB
  16. iabak 0.96TB
  17. nicolas 0.91TB
  18. com 0.9TB
  19. DataWraith 0.82TB
  20. eskild 0.79TB
  21. josiahw 0.74TB
  22. johannes 0.63TB
  23. mattl 0.5TB
  24. baelor.bs 0.42TB
  25. rzero9 0.37TB
Expiring this week:
(clients that have not checked in for a month)
  1. oystein 5.01TB
  2. paul.chambers 0.69TB
  3. joelcarmstrong 0.01TB
Out of touch:
(clients that have not checked in for 2 weeks)
  1. jdamery 3.28TB
  2. lord-ia 1.02TB
  3. me 0.04TB
  4. joelcarmstrong 0.01TB

INFORMATION ON THE IA.BAK PROJECT

This is an experimental project to see the feasibility and issues with making a backup of the Internet Archive. This project should be considered to be in an alpha state. To read the original document suggesting the research, click here. Implementation ideas are discussed on this page.

If you have (at least) hundreds of gigabytes of disk space, are comfortable with a linux/unix variant, and wish to take part in the project, the information to do so is here. As time progresses, the client that sets up your environment will become easier and more intutive to use - right now, some things are still unclear or in need of clarification. Join #internetarchive.bak on EFNet (IRC) to get help.


Last update: Sat Jun 25 19:00:01 EDT 2016