[CentOS-mirror] New mirror in Germany

Ralph Angenendt ralph.angenendt at gmail.com
Tue Apr 2 15:02:48 UTC 2013

On 25.03.2013 01:12, Bryan Whitehead wrote:
>> That might be okay for you, it is not okay for us (especially as there
>> are loads of mirrors in the US having no cap). That is nothing personal,
>> I just don't want people to suddenly run into that 10Mbit cap, while
>> there are other mirrors around which can deliver 100 to 1000Mbit/s.
> This is for a mirror in Germany, not the US.
> That said, it would be great if the howto was more clear about minimum
> network requirements (even better would be an expected network traffic
> statement). I wouldn't have gone though the trouble of setting this up
> if I knew the possibility of 10Mbit connection being too little was a
> problem.

Yeah, sorry, I'll update the page. Another possibility would be to add
you to the "lower" mirror list, which doesn't get any traffic via our
mirrorlist, but will show up on the mirror page (we have around ten of



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