[CentOS-mirror] Set up New Mirror

Mon Jan 31 21:27:13 UTC 2011
Nick Olsen <Nick at 141networks.com>

Is the Rsync Completing?
It looks like it isn't.
run Rsync with a --progress and see what its doing

Also, You may want to use lockfiles so that you have a case of rsync 
running again before the first one is finished.

On 1/31/2011 4:18 PM, support at bluethundercomputers.net wrote:
> To whom it may concern:
> I set up a mirror for centos but I am not sure if I did it right.
> the address is http://mirror.bluethundercomputers.net/centos
> I set up cron to update every 4 hours dont know if this is to much or not.
> Or should I set it to every 6 hours instead??
> The cron I set is: rsync -aqzH --delete us-msync.centos.org::CentOS
> /home/bluethun/public_html/mirror/centos
> I did put the files in there but some of them are empty along with it only
> going up to centos 3.
> Is this all I had to do and the system will update over time??
> Did I miss a step??
> Any help you can give I would be greatful.
> Also how do I set it up to be ftp and rsyc??
> I want it to be listed in the mirror list thanks again.
> Jeffrey Palladino
> http://bluethundercomputers.net
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