[CentOS-mirror] New Mirror
gfrank at neoservers.com
Thu Oct 27 21:31:04 UTC 2005
I shall. I just realized that this makes a local up2date mirror as well. I have 10 CentOS servers, so that will cut down on our bandwidth as well. Big plus there.
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From: Lance Davis
Date: 10/27/05 4:27 pm
To: Mailing list for CentOS mirrors.
Subj: Re: [CentOS-mirror] New Mirror
On Thu, 27 Oct 2005, Graham Frank wrote:
> Hey all.
> I just finished the initial sync to a mirror I've setup. After awhile, I will
> decide whether or not to keep the mirror running. I want to see how much
> bandwidth it will use first.
> Server details:
> Intel P4 2.8 Ghz (800 Mhz FSB / HT)
> 1GB DDR-400 RAM
> 250GB SATA
> Connection and Location Details:
> San Jose, California - AboveNet SJC2 - Tier 1
> Connected via a single Gig-E on a 100 Mbps port (took two hours to complete the
> initial sync at 80 Mbps)
> Currently, I'm only offering HTTP access to the mirror. If I permanently
> maintain it, I'll offer FTP and possible RSYNC access.
> Mirror: http://centos.neoservers.com
> Sponsor: Neoservers LLC
> Sponsor URL: http://www.neoservers.com
> Syncing twice daily at 8AM and 8PM
> Anything I miss? Let me know!
Thanks - I have added your mirror to the database - it should show up in a
Please let us know if you decide to stop maintaining it so we can remove
it from the database.
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