On Wed, Jun 23, 2010 at 10:57:42AM -0700, Jeremy Huntwork wrote:
I am interested in creating a private internal mirror for my company and its internal
infrastructure. I have been following the guidelines here:
Please let me know what further I need to do to set this up correctly.
We would be pleased to have you as a private mirror.
Please see http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Infrastructure/Mirroring
guidance, and register your mirror in MirrorManager at
. By doing so, you will
appear on the yum mirror lists as soon as MM validates that your URLs
are valid and the content is present. In particular, private mirrors
should provide a network ASN or a set of public IP netblocks which
should be served by your mirror. Clients from such networks will then
be automatically directed to your mirror, but will fall back to other
public mirrors should any problem arise reaching your mirror. Private
mirrors must also run the report_mirror script after each rsync run,
which tells MM which content you have that is up-to-date - MM does not
crawl private mirrors.
Your mirror should rsync from one of the listed public mirrors
offering rsync, listed at
. If you are on Internet2
or one of its high-speed educational or research network peers (NLR,
GEANET2, RedIRIS, etc.), you should pull pull from another I2 site if
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