[CentOS-mirror] Resolving "no time" on status page

Matthew Martz mdmartz at gflug.net
Sun Apr 1 00:30:16 UTC 2007

On Sat, March 31, 2007 8:25 pm, Matthew Martz wrote:
> On Fri, March 30, 2007 10:27 pm, Sadiq Sutherland wrote:
>> Hi,
>> For mirror.nyi.net we are getting status of "no time" under the last
>> stat column on the status page.  It occasionally succeeds but is "no
>> time" most of the time.  I've been trying to troubleshoot this but I'm
>> running out of ideas.  Mirror is up to date and time stamps look okay.
>> We have lots of available bandwidth.
>> Any ideas what could be causing this?
> How often is your rsync script running?

Actually I just found your email from several months ago.

It appears as though you are rsyncing 2 times daily.  I suggest rsyncing
more frequently (at least 4 times daily) to keep your mirror from showing
up as out of date.

If the time stamp files are too old (which are updated during the rsync)
then when the mirmon script runs it will show that your mirror is out of
date.  The mirmon script runs hourly on :40.

Matthew Martz
CentOS Mirror Admin
mdmartz at gflug.net

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