[CentOS-mirror] New private mirror

Nick Olsen Nick at 141networks.com
Fri Nov 6 18:17:39 UTC 2009

Well, They ask you do not sync with msync if you are a private mirror.
I run a private mirror and ipv6 sync with linux.mirrors.es.net
My apache config is pretty stock. Other then enabled directory listing 
and turned up the directory charter print, Makes it easier to read.
mines at mirror.141networks.com/centos
All I have to do in the repo file on my servers is comment out the 
mirror list and un-comment the base url, and replace the 
mirrorlist.centos.org with mirror.141networks.com works great.

On 11/6/2009 1:13 PM, Jason Brooks wrote:
> Hello,
> I would like to build a mirror for the small business I am working
> for.  I saw the note regarding tier 2 servers.  Would it be all right
> if my initial sync were to be run from us-msync.centos.org?
> Also, just to keep me from re-inventing the wheel, do any of you have
> a repository file for a local update and base server?  I am interested
> in both direct file as well as http setups.
> Thanks for your time...
> --jason
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