[CentOS-mirror] Mirroring Release of CentOS 5 Beta
rford at candis.com.cn
Fri Mar 9 14:57:41 UTC 2007
Also - China connections suck.
Can you add 18.104.22.168 which is one of my servers in HK.
I will do initial sync to there and then pull into Beijing and all
subsequent ones will come direct from BJ.
On 9 Mar 2007, at 8:55 PM, Lance Davis wrote:
> On Fri, 9 Mar 2007, Richard Ford wrote:
>> G'Day Lance,
>> I am not questioning your design goals or requirements.
>> But it took me having to read many response to get a grip as to what
>> is what. The fact that others may be able to do this with less
>> reading or more time hacking, is not an idigtment of my competency.
>> The art of good communication is brevity, accuracy and timeliness.
>> I am not trying to score points here, but next time a major effort is
>> needed, maybe the "thought writing" and desires are popped into a
>> text editor first and re-read before going out in email - as opposed
>> to writing as it is thought of direct to email.
>> Anyway, I still don't know if I need a seperate IP - but I will
>> assign one in any case.
>> URL: centos-beta.candishosting.com.cn
>> IP: 22.214.171.124
> I have set you up for access
>> On 9 Mar 2007, at 4:44 AM, Lance Davis wrote:
>>> On Fri, 9 Mar 2007, Richard Ford wrote:
>>>> So you want us to provide RSYNC services too?
>>>> That is - if I only run HTTP now - I also have to offer and RSYNC
>>>> server as well?
>>>> This can be done, not sure of the logic - but will use more of
>>>> my CPU
>>>> Do we have to provide a free IP on a virtual host or just a virtual
>>>> host? No matter if I use one, two, three or more aliased IP's on
>>>> physical server - I always do stuff like this as a vhost for better
>>>> Perhaps the centos beta stuff can be more clearly, simply and
>>>> precisely explained as opposed to a dribble of half expressed
>>>> and equally self serving responses - busy people really don't have
>>>> time to work out what others are trying to say or how one persons
>>>> experiences carry over to themselves. Maybe some filtering and
>>>> formatting between brain and fingers/keyboard? Think of it as a
>>>> requirements specification, even some rudimentary UML or use cases
>>>> with event/actions would help, seriously!
>>>> Failing that, I would settle for a coherent paragraph of the Queens
>>>> English and a clear technical requirement spec.
>>> I am sorry that you are disappointed with the request others have
>>> managed to make sense of it and comply.
>>> If you do not want to provide rsync access fine, but your mirror
>>> will not be able to be a part of beta.centos.org.
>>> The whole point is that all the machines that are mapped on to that
>>> behave similarily, otherwise it would cause no end of problems for
>>> end users.
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