[CentOS-mirror] setup mirror and lock files
Ryan at techbnc.org
Thu Feb 28 19:11:04 UTC 2013
Sure thing, I'm not at the office right now but when I am I'll send it off
On Feb 28, 2013 1:02 PM, "Tony Schliesser" <tony at schliesser.org> wrote:
> Ryan - If you don't care to share your mirror script, I'd like to see it.
> Hi Jim, it's quite easy to do with a script. This first section here
> checks to see if a lock is present, and if it is, the script bails:
> if [ -f /var/lock/subsys/rsync_updates ]; then
> echo "Updates via rsync already running."
> echo "--ERROR: REPOSITORY SYNC ABORTED AT `date`--"
> exit 0
> When I begin my sync, it touches the lock file (touch
> /var/lock/subsys/rsync_updates), and when finished, removes it (/bin/rm -f
> /var/lock/subsys/rsync_updates). If you need any help or wish to see my
> full script, just let me know and I can provide it.
> On Wed, Feb 27, 2013 at 8:42 PM, Jim Hartnett <mirrors at gawsolutions.us>wrote:
>> Ok, I have the lock scripts setup and working, I think we're ready to
>> add our mirror.
>> (information repeated):
>> mirror Url: http://mirrors.gawsolutions.us/centos
>> bandwidth: 100 Mbps up/down unmetered transfer
>> located in dallas, tx, usa
>> Geeks at Work Solutions
>> centos machine with apache
>> rsync twice a day at offset minutes (reduces peak for even hour starts)
>> - -Jim
>> P.S: sorry if this message gets repeated multiple times. I just found out
>> my email client was having some issues with the account I use for mirror
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