[CentOS-mirror] New CentOS mirror - Bigstep Cloud Limited
Marius.Boeru at bigstep.com
Tue Oct 21 07:34:02 UTC 2014
Thank You Fabian, I have e-mail them just to be on the safe side.
Also I confirm I can sync with the official mirror.
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On 21 Oct 2014, at 09:44, Fabian Arrotin <arrfab at centos.org<mailto:arrfab at centos.org>> wrote:
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On 21/10/14 08:26, Marius Boeru wrote:
The IP’s were bought from a German LIR, and I think that is the
reason they apear to be located in Germany. As Pau Nadeau already
sent a traceroute, all I can say is that the server is indeed in
UK, located in http://everestdc.com/data-centres/reading/.
If it’s important that http://www.telize.com shows the IP as being
from UK, I can probably send them an e-mail and ask if this can be
It doesn't *have* to : It's just that it's the json output I consume
in my procedure to "validate" a mirror before adding it in the DB :-)
Reason why this time I double-checked with other tools (and Maxmind is
one of those).
So, while technically not needed at the mirror/centos level, you can
(if you want to) take contact with people running the (free !) geoip
tool at telize.com<http://telize.com> to inform that they can update their DB.
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