Thanks for your last time reply.
Up to now, I have registered my mirror whose name is oschina-mirror-site in the mirror
manager and added a host whose name is mirrors.oschina.net
. I run report_mirror after
rsync job completes. And our host has been crawled serveral times.
However, I still have two questions about building a public fedora mirror.
Firstly, I don't known when our mirrors will be listed in the database or the
publiclist page. If I still have something need to do, please teach me.
Secondly,when I change fedora yum sourcelist of my computer, I find that it couldn't
redirect to my mirror. I guess that it's the "Site-local Netblocks" that
leads to the problem. This is just my guess, because I don't known how to edit the
"Site-local Netblocks". Could you give me a example or some suggestion.
The mail attachment is two file I put at the path of "/etc/yum.repo.d/" to
test our mirror.
Thank you very much. Waiting for your reply.
Sincerely yours, buxianglong OSChina
From: Adrian Reber
Date: 2013-09-25 20:08
Subject: Re: Apply to be a fedora public image
On Wed, Sep 25, 2013 at 01:24:12PM +0800, buxianglong wrote:
This is OSChina. Our website is www.oschina.net
. We eager to become
one of china's fedora public image. Hoping to get your approval.
Please allow me to introduce our basic situation to you :
1. Server IP Address : 184.108.40.206(ftp://220.127.116.11/fedora/)
2. Server Location : HangZhou China
3. Serve Object : Chinese Fedora Users
4. Hard Drive Capacity : 2 TB
5. Bandwidth : 10Mbps
6. The Aliyun whose website is www.aliyun.com
provides the support of server and
bandwidth. According to the actual demand, we will add server and bandwidth, in order to
provide good and steady service for mirror users.
Oschina will try our best to privide good, fast and steady mirror service for chinese
Thanks for setting up a Fedora mirror; to get it listed please create an
account in the MirrorManager; register your mirror in the mirror manager;
enter your local netblocks in the mirror manager (if desired); run
report_mirror and as soon as you are listed in the database as up to
date yum (and other clients) will be redirected to your mirror.
All this information can be found in more details in the wiki at:
Thanks for supporting Fedora!
If there are any more question do not hesitate to ask.