Will be located at mirror.colorado.edu, only EPEL is planned for now.
We are located in the US, IP address is 188.8.131.52, 1g link speed,
will be contacting a tier 1 mirror, though honestly we might be a good
candidate for that as well.
>>>>> "EL" == Erinn Looney-Triggs <erinn.looneytriggs(a)gmail.com> writes:
EL> It appears to only check in when something has changed
EL> upstream. Otherwise it doesn't check in. Make sense?
Yes, there is no point in doing a checkin when no files have changed.
Mirrormanager itself will crawl your site every few hours regardless, so
there is no need for q-f-m to periodically "refresh" your checkin.
I am helping PicoNets WebWerks with setup of Fedora mirror. I created the
site/host in Mirror Manager and listed `linux` and `epel` links.
Site name: PicoNets WebWerks
Bandwidth: 10 Gbps
Kindly let me know if this looks okay?
*- Kedar Kekan*
Yes, thank you!
I also just figured out that the Tier1 mirror I was syncing against
(rit.edu) appears to be missing files according to rsync. After I
changed the script to use dl.fedoraproject.org directly, it pulled down
the missing stuff. After that I saw the script check in, and I see my
host listed in the mirror list now.
On 2/22/2018 9:26 PM, Erinn Looney-Triggs wrote:
> It appears to only check in when something has changed upstream.
> Otherwise it doesn't check in. Make sense?
> *From:* Russell Jones <russell(a)texas3006.com>
> *Sent:* Thursday, February 22, 2018 5:42:14 PM
> *To:* mirror-admin(a)lists.fedoraproject.org
> *Subject:* Re: New EPEL mirror
> I cannot seem to get quick-fedora-mirror to check in with mirror manager.
> I have configured the 3 parameters, CHECKIN_SITE, CHECKIN_PASSWORD,
> and CHECKIN_HOST in the .conf file. However when running it, I do not
> get any output saying it is checking in. In addition after configuring
> the log file to log everything, this is the output I get (no checkin
> information). What am I missing?
> Feb 22 18:39:17 Run start: cfg ./quick-fedora-mirror.conf, tmp
> Feb 22 18:39:18 File list download: 96B received, 296.00B/s
> Feb 22 18:39:18 Run end.
> Feb 22 18:39:51 Run start: cfg ./quick-fedora-mirror.conf, tmp
> Feb 22 18:39:51 Remote file list download start
> Feb 22 18:39:51 calling /usr/bin/rsync -aSH -f R .~tmp~ --stats
> --delay-updates --out-format=@ %i %n%L -v
> --files-from=filelist-transferlist --no-dirs --relative --compress
> rsync://mirrors.rit.edu/fedora-buffet/ .
> Feb 22 18:39:52 rsync call completed succesfully with return 0
> Feb 22 18:39:52 File list download: 96B received, 296.00B/s
> Feb 22 18:39:52 Remote file list download: end
> Feb 22 18:39:52 Processing start
> Feb 22 18:39:52 No change in file list for fedora-epel
> Feb 22 18:39:52 No changes to synchronize
> Feb 22 18:39:52 Run end.
> On 2/22/2018 4:13 PM, Russell Jones wrote:
>> HTTP: http://mirror.texas3006.com/epel
>> RSYNC: No
>> Sync schedule: Every 6 hrs
>> Bandwidth: 1Gb/s
>> Location: Texas, USA
>> IPv4 address: 184.108.40.206
>> IPv6 address: NA
>> Email contact: russell(a)texas3006.com
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I sent an e-mail from my work address, but it got caught in the filters. I am putting together a new mirror for EPEL only at this point, at mirror.colorado.edu, located in the US, 1gb connection, and it should be live shortly.
I do have one question about the quick-fedora-mirror config, that I can't seem to find the answer to, for the checkin there are three variables:
What is CHECKIN_SITE supposed to be set to? I can't seem to find the answer to that anywhere, is it the name of my site? Is it the URL for some fedora site? The others I have figured.