[CentOS-mirror] DVD Images, again, please?
sun75 at danielec.it
Thu Feb 15 10:34:20 UTC 2007
I just got a new 1Tb shelf...and I want too, if possible, mirror DVD trees.
The ip is the same of the other CentOS mirror I have now on www.dcl-arch.it
Can you provide me the exact rsync "package" to mirror?
Once setup, I'll communicate you web/ftp/rsync paths.
Unix System Administrator
Email: sun75 at danielec.it
On Thu, February 15, 2007 1:16 am, Johnny Hughes wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-02-14 at 14:57 -0500, Voll, Toivo wrote:
>> We got some more disk and four times the previous procesor cores, so we
>> figured we'd add some stuff to our mirror, such as the DVD images since
>> a lot of our users want them. Alas, when attempting: rsync -[stuff]
>> msync-dvd.centos.org::CentOS-incdvd I get:
>> msync.CentOS.org rsync service (CentOS W)
>> [Disclaimer and stuff]
>> @ERROR: Unknown module 'CentOS-incdvd'
>> What is the current recommended way for public US mirrors to mirror the
>> entire tree, DVD isos and all? I recall there having been restrictions
>> in the past for that rsync image from the root servers, but what is the
>> current status?
>> (msync-dvd.centos.org. resolves to 18.104.22.168, in case this is
>> Also, please shorten our mirror URLs from ftp.net.usf.edu to
>> ftp.usf.edu; the rest of the path remains as it was. (The old URL will
>> also remain valid for the foreseeable future.)
>> I'm also happy to report that you can now add HTTP as a supported access
>> method; the HTTP url is identical to FTP (except for the protocol part):
>> Toivo Voll
>> Data Network Management
>> Academic Computing
>> University of South Florida
> All DVD trees are strictly controlled by allowed IP, as we can't support
> everybody and their brother rsyncing those :P
> I have to add your IP to the allowed IPs to get those trees.
> Is your IP that you will be downloading with the one that resolves from
> ftp.usf.edu ... if so I can add that IP to the allowed to sync from the
> dvd tree ...
> Johnny Hughes
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