On 14-12-22 12:09 PM, Adrian Reber wrote:
Thanks for supporting Fedora. I see your mirror has already been
to MirrorManager and so far everything looks correct. You should already
see clients being redirected to your mirror
Oh, I see I misunderstood the meaning of the user_active flag :). Oh,
well, no harm so far.
> One question: on
> the suggested rsync module is "fedora-buffet0" and/or
> but those don't seem to exist on any of the mirror servers, not even the two
> master servers. What's up with that?
This is for the tier 1 mirrors. To reduce the load on the master mirror
we are trying to get some tiering in place. If you could sync from a
close tier 1 mirror that would be great.
As of January, we'll have not only the disk space but also the bandwidth
(10G) to be a tier-1 mirror. I don't think this server & disk
combination can actually push 10G, but we've already tested it up to 4G.
> In any case, we're currently going to mirror ::fedora,
> and ::fedora-epel.
In your MirrorManager entry I see "Fedora Linux" and "Fedora EPEL". I
not see "Fedora Secondary Arches" but instead "Fedora Archive" (with
wrong content). So something in this area does not seem 100% correct.
I'm not sure what problem you're seeing...
In the MirrorManager online web app, I don't have any categories added
at all yet... correction, that's now fixed and I've added Fedora Linux,
Fedora EPEL and Fedora Secondary with matching URLs.
The mirrormanager-client config file appears to be correct.
The content appears to be correct, or at least, the top few levels match
what's on dl.fedoraproject.org
. (I'm pulling from
, since my IPv6 connection is way faster than IPv4
Also, re Peer ASNs, is there any way to let me manage my own list? As a
board member of MBIX, and a colleague of Les (at Les.net
, the future
hoster) I'm aware of what ASNs connect here via private peering and via
the local IX. Right now, I count 12 ASNs being learned from the IX's
If there's some reasonable way to automate the creation of site-local
netblocks, I could do it that way, too... there's 94 netblocks
(excluding Hurricane Electric, who peers here too) involved.