[CentOS-mirror] new mirror

Fri Feb 13 13:10:17 UTC 2015
Anssi Johansson <centos at miuku.net>

The documentation for creating new public CentOS mirrors is at 
http://wiki.centos.org/HowTos/CreatePublicMirrors , it says "for your 
first synchronization, you should use one of the external mirrors 
providing rsync access"

This also benefits you -- you can probably get your initial sync done 
from some nearby mirror. I'd guess any of these would do:
or any of the Russian mirrors providing rsync, listed on 

After your mirror has completed its initial sync and it has been 
approved, you can switch to using rsync://eu-msync.centos.org/CentOS/ as 
the upstream sync source. If you try to use that eu-msync.centos.org 
server now, it will complain "ERROR: Unknown module 'CentOS'". This will 
change, once your mirror has been approved and your IP address has been 
added to the list to allow syncing from msync.centos.org.

13.2.2015, 8.08, Nadir M. Aliyev kirjoitti:
> Hello, i didnt found any guide about centos mirror creating process. I
> must sync from any mirror from the list? There is no master server for
> mirrors?
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> On February 12, 2015 6:31:02 PM Anssi Johansson <centos at miuku.net> wrote:
>> 12.2.2015, 14.23, admin at bakinter.net kirjoitti:
>> > HTTP: http://centos.mirror.bakinter.net
>> Hi, that looks a bit empty. I think you could do an initial sync from
>> some other external mirror that provides rsync, then switch to syncing
>> from centos.org nodes when your mirror has been verified and approved.
>> There are plenty of rsync-capable mirrors listed at
>> http://www.centos.org/download/mirrors/
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