We are a tech company with global presence of web servers and would love to contribute by becoming an official mirror.
We've deployed mirrors.evowise.com within our own CDN.
These are the specs that we are using:
CPU : 2 X Intel Xeon E5-2630 v3
64 Gb Ram
22T usable space (raid5)
10 Gbps connection (multiple tier 1 upstreams + local peerings).
Mirror addresses: http://mirrors.evowise.com/epel/, http://mirrors.evowise.com/fedora/
Sync schedule: hourly
Bandwidth: 10 Gbps connection (multiple tier 1 upstreams + local peerings).
Sponsor URL: https://www.evowise.com/
Email contact: hayden(a)evowise.com
This mirror is sync'd over our CDN:
New York, USA
Our mirror is using an Anycast IP. So the ip will route locally based on the country you are testing it from.
As administrator of the ftp.itu.edu.tr <ftp://ftp.itu.edu.tr> mirror site,
I wish to provide our Peer ASN number. I noticed that within mirrormanager
inteface , i cannot add ASN entries to site settings on my own.
Istanbul Technical University - ASN : AS 9095
#Our network's ASN
National Academic Network and Information Center - ASN : AS 8517
System Support Team
Istanbul Technical University - Office of Information Technologies
Dear Fedora mirror admins,
We recently performed a security audit of the mirrormanager server
code. During this audit, we noticed the endpoint used by
report_mirror had a security-related flaw inherent to the data
format it uses. Note that the security issue is on the server side.
Our audit did not reveal any security issues on the mirror side.
Currently this endpoing uses the Python pickle format, and we would
like to move this to a JSON-formatted checkin object. We have
modified the server to support both formats, to allow an easy
We would like to ask any mirror admins running report_mirror to
1. Update the mirrormanager-client package to version 1.4.4-5 if you get
report_mirror from there
2. Update the report_mirror script by grabbing a new copy from 
3. Manually edit the report_mirror script, replacing all four occurrences of the
string "pickle" with the string "json".
We will be allowing both formats for at least two weeks, after which we will
assess whether we need to allow more migration time, or will disable the
pickle based checkin mechanism.
This issue has been assigned CVE-2016-1000003.
With kind regards,
Security Officer, Fedora Infrastructure
Hello, the Manitoba Unix User Group has setup a new Fedora mirror, and would like to be added to the mailing lists.
We are located in Manitoba, Canada and are connected to multiple providers at 10Gbit/s.
We are connected with IPv4 and IPv6, addresses: 18.104.22.168 / 2605:e200:3:4::244