On Thu, May 15, 2014 at 03:08:02PM +0200, Ondřej Surý wrote:
CZ.NIC has setup a new high speed (10GbE) mirror in Prague connected
10GbE IX and 10GbE upstream transit.
I am not exactly sure if I did sent an email introducing ourselves, so
here it is...
mirrors.nic.cz run by CZ.NIC, the .CZ domain registry not-for-profit
IP addresses: 220.127.116.11 and 2001:1488:ffff::63
Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Bandwidth available: 10GbE
Also I would like to get access to fedora-buffet0 since it looks like
it's not available from dl.fedoraproject.org
and I think we can utilize
the hard-linking since we mirror all.
Thanks for supporting Fedora with your mirror (and sorry for the late
response). I see your mirror is already listed and you should see
clients connecting to it. Unfortunately I see that your mirror is not up
to date for the Fedora 20 updates-released repository. I see your mirror
not in the output of:
If you are looking for fedora-buffet access you can try
to see if that gives you good enough performance.