[CentOS-mirror] Ideas on steering yum to local mirrors

Nyamul Hassan mnhassan at usa.net
Sat Oct 2 04:25:08 EDT 2010

The ASN usage is a novel idea, and would cater to lots of issues aobut
nearest mirrors discussed in the past.

The date and time mentioned is good for me personally, and as a
collaborative effort, that is the best that can be done.  Those who could
not join, unfortunate, those who can, GREAT!

Looking forward to chatting with all of you on 18/Oct


On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 02:02, Ralph Angenendt <ralph.angenendt at gmail.com>wrote:

> Am 29.09.10 18:26, schrieb Randy McAnally:
> > From: Ralph Angenendt <ralph.angenendt at gmail.com>
> >> The problem is that we can *only* do GeoIP. The granularity of that
> >> isn't fine enough at times (see above or other examples in this
> >> thread).
> >
> > Maybe we return more than 10 mirrors in certain cases where many mirrors
> are
> > close by?
> >
> > The problem is that, by randomly choosing 10 mirrors within X distance
> our own
> > mirrors are not always returned.
> Even if we return more mirrors (which shouldn't be a problem), the
> fastest mirror plugin by default does not run each time. So if you
> cannot control the configuration of those hosts, that does not really
> help you much, although chances are greater that you are winning.
> I am sure that a planned migration to a different mirror tool would be
> better. But yes, that takes time.
> Ralph
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