AW: [CentOS-mirror] DVD Mirror

Wed Nov 12 10:45:20 UTC 2008
florian at <florian at>

Hi Tru


If you want to take my advise to exceptionally allow the mirror maintained
by Leaseweb on the ACL for the mastersource even though they are
"latecomers". I am not related in any way to Leasweb but I endorse them for
the reason that they truly add value to the project by having a LARGE number
of peered networks at the AMS-IX and at other public exchanges and maintain
an OPEN peering policy. 100 Mbit constant mirror traffic for them is like
100$ for Warren Buffet so they will not pull the break and won't get cold
feet even under much higher peak load.




Von: centos-mirror-bounces at
[mailto:centos-mirror-bounces at] Im Auftrag von Leaseweb - Mirror
Gesendet: Samstag, 8. November 2008 22:45
An: 'Mailing list for CentOS mirrors.'
Betreff: RE: [CentOS-mirror] DVD Mirror


The IP address used for this new machine is '', we will update
the dns-record 

of once all data is synced.


From: centos-mirror-bounces at
[mailto:centos-mirror-bounces at] On Behalf Of Leaseweb - Mirror
Sent: zaterdag 8 november 2008 18:56
To: CentOS-mirror at
Subject: [CentOS-mirror] DVD Mirror


We are currently setting up a new mirror server with more disk space and
more bandwidth.

The server has a 2GE connection with approximately 11 TB storage.


Therefore we would also like to mirror the full dvd iso's


New Server information,

-          City:  Haarlem

-          Country:  Netherlands

-          Datacenter:  Evoswitch

-          Network:  LeaseWeb

-          Network Capacity:  > 400GE

-          Server Connection:  2GE Dedicated uplink to core network

-          Frequency of mirroring:  4 times a day

-          Available true: http / ftp / rsync

-          Mirror provided by:  LeaseWeb -


New links will be provided once the mirror is fully synced.



Kind Regards,


Jeffrey Kriegsman

Leaseweb B.V.




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