[CentOS-mirror] linux-mirror.no-ip.org

Anthony Somerset anthony at somersettechsolutions.co.uk
Sun Sep 29 20:25:51 UTC 2013


no-ip.org is a dyndns hostname - is your IP dynamic? - that sounds like a consumer grade internet connection to me, whois of current ip matches that assumption  http://whois.domaintools.com/ - i'm not aware of any explicit rule but i'd assume that having a non-static IP is less than desirable?

have you checked to confirm that serving content in this manner is not against your terms and conditions as a broadband customer

also pretty certain that the speed might be too low for a mirror as theres already 8 Tier 1 (>OC3) mirrors in Russia

it might be better running a torrent seed for centos with that connection however

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On 28 Sep 2013, at 16:12, Micro8240 <micro8240 at mail.ru> wrote:

> Hi.
> New mirror in Russia.
> URL of mirror: ftp://linux-mirror.no-ip.org/CentOS
> URL of mirror: rsync://linux-mirror.no-ip.org/CentOS
> Country/City: Russia/Moscow.
> Bandwidth: 40 Mbps
> Update freq.: 6 times per day (every 4 hours)
> Contact mail: micro8240 at mail.ru
> Source: rsync://mirror.yandex.ru::centos
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