[CentOS-mirror] New mirror - Lithuania
BST.LT - The Information Company
mirrors at bst.lt
Wed Jan 14 05:42:02 UTC 2009
Just to inform, that mirror completed initial sync. version 5 is available
for all platforms, isos are not available.
Any questions - message me please. If not - waiting to appear on public
On Tue, January 13, 2009 22:44, BST.LT - The Information Company said:
> Hi all
> thanks for help. Mirror up and is syncing atm, will be complete soon.
> URL will be: http://centos.bst.lt/
> Syncing 2x per day. Mirror located in Vilnius, Lithuania. Upload bandwidth
> to Lithuania is 100Mbps (shaped to ~3Mbps to non Lithuanian networks)
> sponsoring organization:
> BST.LT - The Information Company http://www.bst.lt/
> Can be added to public mirrors list.
> Pavelas Sokolovas
> BST:.LT - The Information Company
> +370 654 12987
> On Tue, January 13, 2009 22:11, David Richardson said:
>> On Tue, 13 Jan 2009, BST.LT - The Information Company wrote:
>>> I am setting up a public mirror for Lithuania. 99% of us we needs only
>>> centos 5, only i386 and x64 architectures. I am trying to set up a
>>> mirror for them, but how I tell rsync to automatically skip other
>>> versions? Or i need multiple rsync entries in my crontab?
>>> If anyone have made the same thing (partial mirror) please share how to
>>> this best. Because, we really dont need stuff like centos 2.1, 3 and
>>> 4 :)
>> The best way is probably to use
>> --exclude="2*/" --exclude="3*/" --exclude="4*/"
>> in your rsync command (I think that's the right syntax).
>> David Richardson <david.richardson at utah.edu>
>> "I can't eat muffins in an agitated manner.
>> The butter would probably get on my cuffs."
>> -- Algernon, The Importance of Being Earnest
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