[CentOS-mirror] Discrepencies between vault.centos.org http and rsync

Mon Dec 1 13:30:35 UTC 2014
James Mathiesen <jmathiesen at tripadvisor.com>

I have a similar question.

On mirrors.tripadvisor.com we are pulling from


We are serving the content as:


We’re happy to be listed as a public mirror for this content.

Does it make sense for us to pull it from somewhere closer to the origin?


> On Nov 27, 2014, at 3:32 PM, Konstantin Ryabitsev <ftpadmin at kernel.org> wrote:
> On 18 November 2014 at 07:24, Fabian Arrotin <arrfab at centos.org> wrote:
>> Well, I don't know how kernel.org and/or leaseweb.net were mirroring
>> vault content (reposync ? lftp script ?), but we don't even list
>> thoses as a valid Vault servers.
>> Have you read http://vault.centos.org/readme.txt ? it contains the
>> info you're looking for (including some rsync targets from machines
>> with high-speed connections)
> Hi, all:
> Sorry, I managed to miss this. I'm not sure how long ago this stopped
> working, but in our (admittedly very old) configuration we have the
> following source to pull for archive.kernel.org:
> rsync://vault.centos.org/centos-full-store/
> Is this requiring IP whitelisting these days, or what needs to happen
> to make it possible for us to pull the vault data "from the horse's
> mouth?" :)
> -K
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