[CentOS-mirror] mirror manager
Nick at 141networks.com
Tue Aug 18 16:49:08 UTC 2009
What is this security hazard you speak of? I don't really see a problem
with it at first glance.
And yes, i'm running a private mirror, and no, i do not pull from
Centos, I pull from linux.mirrors.es.net
On 8/18/2009 11:44 AM, Karanbir Singh wrote:
> On 08/18/2009 04:39 PM, Nick Olsen wrote:
>> Its great when your looking for a mirror to pull from. It lists every
>> mirror that your allowed to pull from, What they have, if its up to
>> date. And where THEY pull it from. Not to mention they have some CGI
>> script or something that ties into yum so you can redirect your local
>> subnets to your local server insted of having to mod the repo file on
>> every box.
>> On 8/18/2009 11:36 AM, Karanbir Singh wrote:
>>> On 08/18/2009 04:07 PM, Nick Olsen wrote:
>>>> Not sure how many of you guys have used fedora's mirror manager, but
>>>> centos should do something like this. Its really a nice little app, that
>>>> helps in mirroring.
>>> howso ?
> yes, that yum cgi thing you speak of - is also a massive security
> hazard. Its the no.1 reason why noone else wants to go down that route.
> As for the mirror network, if you are a public mirror you should be
> pulling from the msync targets anyway ( and we try and keep those
> controlled to ensure there is enough b/w to go around ).
> We do need better monitoring within that, and is something we should get
> done soon.
> If you are not a public mirror, you should *not* be pulling from
> anything .centos.org and just going to your trusted local upstream.
> There is potent to better define this and to merge in the various
> sources of info that exist on .centos.org!
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