Dear Fedora Mirror Admin,
I am a CS graduate student at Purdue University currently working on a project
related to network traffic on Linux mirrors. My study focuses on observing the
server and network performance during peek weeks such as first week of a major
release. I would appreciate your support in providing feedback on the following
1. Do you use a server farm architecture?
2. Do you use a content distribution network like Akamai?
3. What type of machines run the server software?
4. What are the HTTP 1.0/1.1 timeouts being used?
I would appreciate any more information you believe might be useful in the study.
I am contacting you regarding the possibility of becoming an official Fedora
Mirror for Portugal. As requested in
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Infrastructure/Mirroring, here is the
IP Address: 126.96.36.199
IPv6 Address: 2001:b18::2e0:81ff:fe4d:aeb2
Connection: 2 x 1GE bonding
For any information regarding this process, please don't hesitate in
my name is John Sanabria. I'm a professor of Universidad del Valle, Cali -
Colombia. I want to deploy at private mirror at my department, Escuela de
Ingenieria de Sistemas y Computacion.
If you require additional information, please let me know.
My name is Alexandru Dordea and I am the Administrator of
FULLSHOP SRL in Romania. Currently we have 2 business ongoing with
Residential ISP ( www.joy-net.ro ), and Corporate ISP ( www.biztelecom.ro
I am currently using fedora for many years, since FC7, and I feel that
is good to give back something since you are doing such a good job.
let me answer to your questions, that one that matters :)
Location: Romania, Bucharest
Outbound bandwidth: Romania ->
unlimited (currently i have 10Gbps)
Other countries: 500 Mbps ( I have
1.7Gbps capacity via: Cogent, Level 3, GTS, DE-CIX, NTT ).
First I will
let the bandwidth unlimited.
We would like to provide a new Fedora mirror, our details are as follows:
Fedora username: ispops
Contact email: ispops(a)ifl.net
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RM Education plc
Registered Office: New Mill House, 183 Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 4SE, England
Registered Number: 1148594
We would like to be a public mirror for Fedora.
Outbound bandwidth: 1 Gigabit to Public Internet, connection to Internet2
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