[CentOS-mirror] Re: CentOS-mirror Digest, Vol 21, Issue 10

Mon Nov 20 20:33:35 UTC 2006
Dmitry Sherman <admin at interhost.co.il>

:( still having problem to create the minimal mirror...
Where can I get more information? I read this link:
it seems to be not enough for me.
Thank you.

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[mailto:centos-mirror-bounces at centos.org] On Behalf Of Matthew Martz
Sent: Tuesday, November 14, 2006 11:51 PM
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Subject: Re: [CentOS-mirror] Re: CentOS-mirror Digest, Vol 21, Issue 10

>> I was interested in starting a mirror, but I was wondering what the
>> average bandwidth usage of the mirrors were? I have a 100 Mbit server in
>> the Giga-Intrenational Datacenter (Germany) and I would like to donate a
>> mirror but I was just curious as too how much on average the usage was.
> On my mirror (mirror.chpc.utah.edu), I find that the throughput is pretty
> low, but it's always there. You can see the usage graph of my mirror at:
> All together, I push roughly 40-60 gigabytes per day.

I have seen days of 100GB+ but on average I would say that 40-60GB/day is
about right. I usually see an average of about 10-20MBit/s.  Sometimes
spiking as high as 60MBit/s.

Matthew Martz
CentOS Mirror Admin
mdmartz at gflug.net

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