[CentOS-mirror] RayStedman.org Bandwidth
alex at bytemark.co.uk
Fri Apr 25 22:34:30 UTC 2008
> You're probably looking for something along the lines of mod_cband,
> calculate based on 200GB per Mbps at 95% and allocate accordingly --
> it'll allow clients to burst for small-ish files but fairly effectively
> ratelimits against 'big' transfers, and can enforce a global cap on
> transfer per day, week, month :)
I failed to consider that you may be using FTP and/or rsync too ;)
Implement something with `tc` to QoS the traffic to a certain rate, and
that'll also allow you to handle small/short bursts.
Long-term I consider "Mirror is a little slow for big transfers" better
than "Mirror only works for 10 days of each month, then returns errors."
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