Fedora Torrent seeder plans and future
rbergero at redhat.com
Sun Jan 29 23:35:06 UTC 2012
On 01/28/2012 08:45 PM, Max Spevack wrote:
> On Sat, 28 Jan 2012, Matt Domsch wrote:
> Responding here, but assuming that future messages will probably move
> to the cloud@ mailing list.
Ding ding ding. :) I'm cc'ing the illustrious, world-famous cloud sig
mailing list (https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/cloud for
those of you who want to get in on the action). Whoever responds there
first: You're tasked with removing advisory-board from your reply. :)
I'd love to see this mini- (or perhaps mega-, I'm not sure how enormous
the scope is here) project move forward - I wonder if this is something
we can pull together before we do F17 alpha or beta, so we can get it
tested and make sure our Beefy Miracle is kosher on AWS/S3/EC2 for
final. :) Some of that presumably depends on the bandwidth of mdomsch
and dgilmore, but there are probably bits and pieces where others can
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>> I'm here. I think it's a combination of people in Cloud SIG with S3
>> experience, and Infra that's on the hook to deliver.
>> I put some thoughts as to how it could/should work here:
>> but there are a lot of details about working with S3 that I simply
>> don't know (e.g. the per-bucket policies, and how to get the list of
>> IP netblocks for each region).
> That is all stuff that I, or someone in my team, can help with, since
> part of our mandate is to help external Linux distros to use AWS in
> whatever manner they desire.
> Regarding the IP addresses -- one of the things that we do with the
> repositories for the Amazon Linux AMI (which are in every region's S3)
> is place ACLs on those S3 buckets such that they will only accept
> connections from the IP address ranges that are known to be EC2
> instances. In other words, we ensure that only EC2 instances can
> access the repositories.
> Those IP ranges are here --
>> Also, I've never tried syncing 700GB using s3cmd sync, much less into
>> each of the 8 regions...
> I'll look into what tool we use to sync our repos into S3.
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