[CentOS-mirror] mirrorlist.centos.org issue IPv4/IPv6 lookup's for India
centos at miuku.net
Thu Mar 7 10:26:56 UTC 2013
The easiest way to see what is missing is to use the --verbose option to
rsync and sync manually. This will also make the mirror up to date.
As an example, http://mirrors.hns.net.in/centos/5/updates/i386/repodata/
and http://mirror.centos.org/centos/5/updates/i386/repodata/ have
differing content at the moment.
The same is currently true for 5/updates/x86_64, 6/cr/i386 and
6/cr/x86_64. But all of these will be fixed the next time you sync.
You may want to check that you're syncing frequently enough. Four times
per day is usually sufficient to keep your mirror up-to-date.
Ripunjay Bararia kirjoitti:
> Is there a way to test what is missing from the sync ?
> Ripunjay Bararia
> Honesty Net Solutions (I) Pvt Ltd
> Mumbai, INDIA
> On 06-03-2013 02:04, Anssi Johansson wrote:
>> Hi, at this very moment the IPv6 mirror checker says that your mirror is
>> not up to date. In particular, the CentOS 5 updates directories are not
>> up to date, other directories are fine. There were some C5 updates
>> pushed out today. Mirrors that are not fully up to date are not included
>> on the mirror list.
>> The situation will resolve itself the next time you sync and the mirror
>> checker visits your mirror again.
>> Ripunjay Bararia kirjoitti:
>>> We host a mirror for centos in India @ http://mirrors.hns.net.in/centos/
>>> The mirror is IPv4 and IPv6 capable for quite a while now. I was just
>>> trying to update some new
>>> server (with IPv6 connectivity) and these servers are only picking up
>>> mirrors from outside India only
>>> for IPv6 connectivity. IPv4 Connectivity seems fine.
>>> Can you please check and revert.
>>> $ curl -6 "http://mirrorlist.centos.org/?release=6&arch=i386&repo=os"
>>> $ curl -4 "http://mirrorlist.centos.org/?release=6&arch=i386&repo=os"
>>> $ dig +short mirrors.hns.net.in
>>> $ dig +short aaaa mirrors.hns.net.in
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