[CentOS-mirror] CentOS-mirror Digest, Vol 58, Issue 6

s.teran at andinanet.net

s.teran at andinanet.net
Tue Dec 15 15:40:06 UTC 2009


we have a new mirror set up ready to be added to the public mirror list.

Location: Quito, ECUADOR
Organization: CNT CORPORACION NACIONAL DE TELECOMUNICACIONES
(www.andinanet.net)
Contact: Santiago Teran s.teran at andinanet.net
Versions: All
Architectures: All
DVD: Yes

RSYNC: yes
FTP: ftp://centos.andinanet.net/
rsync://centos.andinanet.net/CentOS/
centos.andinanet.net
Uplink: 256Mb/sec

Christian Santiago Terán
SRV&APP
GERENCIA A.S.D.I.
CORPORACION NACIONAL DE TELECOMUNICACIONES S.A.


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Today's Topics:

   1. New Public Mirror (Administrador)
   2. Re: New Public Mirror (Ralph Angenendt)
   3. Re: Proposal for a mirror hierarchy (Alex Dodson)
   4. Re: Proposal for a mirror hierarchy (Shaun Ewing)
   5. Re: New Public Mirror (Administrador)


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Message: 1
Date: Wed, 9 Dec 2009 18:41:59 +0100
From: "Administrador" <admin at mail.idl3.net>
Subject: [CentOS-mirror] New Public Mirror
To: "CentOS Mirrors Mailing List" <centos-mirror at centos.org>
Message-ID: <7F686491CD2D4495B7DD5DB4E66AF443 at idl3.net>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"

We have a new mirror set up ready to be added to the public mirror list.

Location: Abrera (Barcelona), SPAIN
Organization: IDL3 Network (web page are under construction)
Contact: Jose Ant. Crespo - admin at mail.idl3.net
Versions: All
Architectures: All
DVD: Yes

RSYNC: None (for the moment)
FTP: ftp1.idl3.net/public/OS/mirrors/centos

rsync: 1x a day from mirror.centos.org

Uplink: 100Mb/sec

Regards,

Jos? Antonio Crespo
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Message: 2
Date: Wed, 09 Dec 2009 21:38:57 +0100
From: Ralph Angenendt <ralph.angenendt at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [CentOS-mirror] New Public Mirror
To: centos-mirror at centos.org
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Am 09.12.09 18:41, schrieb Administrador:

> RSYNC: None (for the moment)
> FTP: ftp1.idl3.net/public/OS/mirrors/centos
> <ftp://ftp.idl3.net/public/OS/mirrors/centos>

Do I see it correctly, that this is an ftp only mirror?

Ralph


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Message: 3
Date: Thu, 10 Dec 2009 10:52:11 +1100
From: "Alex Dodson" <alex.dodson at aarnet.edu.au>
Subject: Re: [CentOS-mirror] Proposal for a mirror hierarchy
To: "Mailing list for CentOS mirrors." <centos-mirror at centos.org>
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	<964C943783CDCE4BBA0CE327AA8E7BA505E867BA at vm-a-ex1.ms.aarnet.edu.au>
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>Thats good to know. There are a few fairly well connected mirrors in
>Europe and the US as well. The black holes, from my perspective, are
>Austalia/NZ, almost all of Africa and South America.


Hello,

mirror.aarnet.edu.au is 10gb connected. We mirror from heanet for dvd's
at the moment. If there is a mirror we could preload dvds from before
release; access to that would be nice.

Regards,
Alex Dodson




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Message: 4
Date: Thu, 10 Dec 2009 14:17:16 +1100
From: Shaun Ewing <s.ewing at aussiehq.com.au>
Subject: Re: [CentOS-mirror] Proposal for a mirror hierarchy
To: Mailing list for CentOS mirrors. <centos-mirror at centos.org>
Message-ID: <C746B36C.15B41%s.ewing at aussiehq.com.au>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"


On 9/12/09 9:53 PM, "Karanbir Singh" <mail-lists at karan.org> wrote:

> Thats good to know. There are a few fairly well connected mirrors in
> Europe and the US as well. The black holes, from my perspective, are
> Austalia/NZ, almost all of Africa and South America.

KB,

Mind if I ask how you come to the conclusion that there's a mirror black
hole in Australia?

I believe that the Australian mirror structure is quite good. As an example,
on a population to mirror ratio we have nearly double what the US has.

Of the 11 public mirrors we have, the majority of the eyeballs within
Australia have either direct access with a mirror on their network (eg:
Telstra and Optus have mirrors) or have access to another network via
peering.

The academic community is also well served by AARNet's mirror as well as
those offered by various universities such as Monash and Swinburne.

Our mirror doesn't have near as much capacity as AARNet's mirror for
example, but I'm yet to see it approach anywhere near the capacity that
we've given it (our OpenOffice.org mirror for example easily does 10-20x the
traffic of our CentOS mirror). If this holds true across the entire
Australian mirror network, then we're anything but a black hole.

About 30% of the Australian mirrors are also IPv6 connected - three of the
public mirrors have IPv6 support on their main hostname including ours and I
know of one other that has IPv6 support via an alternate hostname.

DVDs are of course lacking but I don't believe this is due to a lack of
interest from mirrors themselves but merely a lack of a procedure/capacity
to get that content out to mirrors.  We've always carried DVDs of the latest
releases (we'll BT them + seed for 72 hours and then stick them in the
mirror structure manually after verifying MD5/SHA1) but I've just had DVDs
added across the board (using AARNet's mirror - Alex, if you have any
objections please let me know).

New Zealand seems to be a different story with only one mirror over there. I
do however know that it's less than 30ms across the Tasman, and we do have a
number of downloads from NZ based hosts (about 5% compared to our Australian
based traffic using DNS based identification only - not GeoIP).

Just some thoughts...

-Shaun

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Message: 5
Date: Thu, 10 Dec 2009 09:40:28 +0100
From: "Administrador" <admin at mail.idl3.net>
Subject: Re: [CentOS-mirror] New Public Mirror
To: "Mailing list for CentOS mirrors." <centos-mirror at centos.org>
Message-ID: <64D112CA56974D8F8E63067F75CBF0EF at idl3.net>
Content-Type: text/plain; format=flowed; charset="iso-8859-1";
	reply-type=original

That's right, is a mirror reflection of the existing mirrors.centos.org, if
you can prove timely without any problems.

I look forward to hear from you.

Regards

Jos? Ant. Crespo

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ralph Angenendt" <ralph.angenendt at gmail.com>
To: <centos-mirror at centos.org>
Sent: Wednesday, December 09, 2009 9:38 PM
Subject: Re: [CentOS-mirror] New Public Mirror


> Am 09.12.09 18:41, schrieb Administrador:
>
>> RSYNC: None (for the moment)
>> FTP: ftp1.idl3.net/public/OS/mirrors/centos
>> <ftp://ftp.idl3.net/public/OS/mirrors/centos>
>
> Do I see it correctly, that this is an ftp only mirror?
>
> Ralph



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