[CentOS-mirror] New mirror mirrors.arsc.edu

Nyamul Hassan mnhassan at usa.net
Sun May 30 21:58:17 UTC 2010

The DVDs are not in the msync.centos.org.  There are quite a few threads on
this issue in last months threads.

For now, we pull the DVDs from "mirrors.kernel.org", and the rest from
msync.  I've sent an email earlier on how we use the "filter" arguments to
the rsync command.


On Mon, May 31, 2010 at 02:54, Greg Newby <newby at arsc.edu> wrote:

> We have been running this mirror for awhile, but I never
> sent this email asking to become "official."
> Question: how do I get DVD isos?  We had been mirroring
> from .anl.gov and had them.  Now we're mirroring from centos.org
> and the DVD isos are gone.  We seem to have the CD isos.
> Here are our details:
> Organization name: Arctic Region Supercomputing Center
> Location: Fairbanks, Alaska, USA
> http://mirrors.arsc.edu/centos/
> ftp://mirrors.arsc.edu/centos/
> Mirroring 4X daily from msync.centos.org
> Site bandwidth is OC12
> I am the contact for this mirror.
>  -- Greg
> Dr. Gregory Newby, Chief Scientist of the Arctic Region Supercomputing
> Center
> Univ of Alaska Fairbanks-909 Koyukuk Dr-PO Box 756020-Fairbanks-AK
> 99775-6020
> e: newby AT arsc.edu v: 907-450-8663 f: 907-450-8603 w:
> www.arsc.edu/~newby
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