[CentOS-mirror] New mirror mirror.chpc.utah.edu

Johnny Hughes mailing-lists at hughesjr.com
Fri Oct 27 15:00:20 UTC 2006

On Mon, 2006-10-23 at 19:11 -0600, David Richardson wrote:
> I've been running an unofficial mirror for a while, but now that I've got 
> some new hardware, it's time to make it official:
> Sponsor: University of Utah - Center for High Performance Computing
> Sponsor link: http://www.chpc.utah.edu/
> Mirror URL: http://mirror.chpc.utah.edu/pub/centos
>              rsync://mirror.chpc.utah.edu/pub/centos
> Location: Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
> Bandwidth: 1 gbit
> Versions: All
> Architectures: All
> DVD ISOs: Yes
> Sync Frequency: Every 6 hours
> Did I leave anything out?
> I'm currently synching against mirrors.kernel.org (I tried using 
> msync.centos.org and it blew away the DVD images). What's the magic spell 
> to use msync without losing the DVDs?


We have a limited number of mirrors that can sync out the DVDs ... and a
different name to use.  (It might be faster to sync from an outside
source like you are already doing)

Mirrors that sync the DVDs from centos.org are approved individually and
allowed in by IP address.

Is that mirror (mirror.chpc.utah.edu) making the connection directly or
will you have a different IP hitting the mirrors ... I added the IP I
got from your mirrors name lookup.

After a server is added, you can sync via:


(I added your machine's IP, so if it is connecting out with that IP, you
should be able to sync now.  If you use a different IP outbound, contact
me off list and I'll make the changes to allow access)

Johnny Hughes

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