[CentOS-mirror] POLL: DVDs and access lists ...

Jim Kusznir jkusznir at gmail.com
Fri Mar 26 16:23:32 UTC 2010

Due to lazyness on my part, centos.eecs.wsu.edu pulls from a different
IP than it (primarily) serves from.  The system is dual-homed, and
rsync's typically origionate from repos.eecs.wsu.edu (its first
hostname/IP).  I can fix this if its an issue.

On the other hand, I generally don't pull from the main CentOS
servers...I'll pull from some nearby I2 mirrors with much greater


On Fri, Mar 26, 2010 at 5:46 AM, Emil <archive at ftp.sunet.se> wrote:
> --On torsdag, mars 25, 2010 22.42.25 +0100 Ralph Angenendt
> <ralph.angenendt at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi all you mirror people out there,
>> today I'd like to present a small poll to you, a questionnaire if you
>> like.
>> a) Which mirror does *NOT* want to carry the DVD isos?
>> b) Who of you pull with machines where the IP address is different
>> from    the host from where you offer the mirror? Which IP address
>> pulls for    which mirror if your addresses differ?
>> Please only answer if you do *NOT* want to carry the DVD isos or when
>> you have different IPs for pulling and offering.
>> We're doing a bit ressource planning at the moment :)
>> Thanks,
>> Ralph
> Hi Ralph!
> b) applies to ftp.sunet.se (and its aliases).  We usually ask for
> source sites to open the entire subnet,, as it is
> exlusively used for the archive and hosts within our controll.
>  But a user/pass modell would obviously work just fine too:-)
> Regards,
>        Emil
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