[CentOS-mirror] Mirror List questions
jkusznir at gmail.com
Sun Nov 1 01:28:26 UTC 2009
I have periodically seen heavy delays; I've been unable to identify
the cause or even a pattern to begin troubleshooting.
Right now, it may be due to Ubuntu's release of 9.10, as the same
machine is also a Ubuntu mirror. Periodically I see heavy load on
that, and as many as 50 connections in initial SYN state. I'm
generally able to serve 150 clients at a time, and it appears apache
doesn't do the "sorry, try again later" message.
Any suggestions I'd be glad to implement. I really feel the hardware
is underperforming. Its a Gentoo system with an Adaptec AAC hardware
RAID board, 5 SATA disks (about 1TB usable), and 2.4Ghz P4 Intel
On Sat, Oct 31, 2009 at 5:01 PM, Jeff Sheltren <jeff at osuosl.org> wrote:
> On Oct 31, 2009, at 4:58 AM, Manuel Wolfshant wrote:
>> On 10/30/2009 11:43 PM, Tru Huynh wrote:
>>>> In any case, I now offer http, ftp, and rsync access:
>>> something is strange there:
>>> curl http://centos.eecs.wsu.edu/ does not look like
>>> it can be parsed easily. Maybe that's why the database
>>> is marking it as "out of date" and not listing your mirror.
>> The server answers (initial connection at least) _extremely_ slow .
>> curl http://centos.eecs.wsu.edu/ gives
>> real 0m51.768s
>> user 0m0.003s
>> sys 0m0.004s
> Working great from various connections in California, Oregon, and
> Washington, USA for me.
> real 0m0.103s
> user 0m0.003s
> sys 0m0.005s
> And downloading at ~3-4MB/sec
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