[CentOS-mirror] Regarding Mirror Auto Select by Firstmirror Plugin

Bangladeshi CentOS Mirror Maintainer [BD-SERVERS.NET] centos-org at bauani.org
Sat May 22 16:06:40 UTC 2010

Hi Tru

Yes, it make sense but not related to CentOS Mirror. We both ISP has a
lot of customer who talk / video Conference/ Internet Gaming each
other. In this case we have to reroute via our upstream cause load on
Internet Traffic. If we both get peer, you know, we can save expensive
bandwidth, mean money, which can be use to promote / support GNU

I hope you understand the issue. Dear List member, please forgave us,
if you feel disturb on this issue. By they way, Both Data Center is
just within 3km. By deploying 3km  overhead fiber, we can save money
on long term.

Hasan, Please reply.

Ahamed Bauani

On Sat, May 22, 2010 at 4:19 PM, Tru Huynh <tru at centos.org> wrote:
> On Sat, May 22, 2010 at 11:20:08AM +0600, Nyamul Hassan wrote:
>> I just tried with the "cc" data inside the URLs, and at this time (04:15hrs
>> UTC) it is showing the other Bangladesh mirror when using "&cc=bd", but it
>> is not showing up our host.  Also, when I tried to refresh this page, often
>> it goes to a resultset that is quite "far far away!"
> http://mirror-status.centos.org/ is listing both mirrors as up to date,
> both should be listed... :(
> Ok, some typo (my bad, missing trailing / for the URL)
> Your mirror should appear at the next round.
> By the way I have put BD and fill up with
> IN-CN-HK-SG-VN countries, does that make sense with your peering access?
> Best regards,
> Tru
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