[CentOS-mirror] CentOS-mirror Digest, Vol 124, Issue 14

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Today's Topics:

  1. Re: Mirror not listed for updates x86_64 version 6
      (Grzegorz Paszka)


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Date: Fri, 19 Jun 2015 14:16:50 +0200
From: Grzegorz Paszka <grzegorz at paszka.com>
To: centos-mirror at centos.org
Subject: Re: [CentOS-mirror] Mirror not listed for updates x86_64
    version 6
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> I can have a look, but don't forget that the mirror crawler process
> will do the following :
> - - query for mirrors from a current country (but in random way)
> - - validate each mirror from that randomized list until it gets to 10
> mirror for each list (per release/repo/arch)
> - - when 10 nodes are there, stop
> So each time a yum mirrorlist is produced, your mirror can
> enter/leave/enter it again (and each mirrorlist is produced in loop ,
> and takes ~30 minutes), and there are more than 10 mirrors in .pl
> actually :-)
Thanks for explanation.

I'm curious why you limit list of available mirrors to 10 ?
I think everyone use fastestmirror plugin so if more mirrors are 
presented than more optimal mirror will be used.

Grzegorz Paszka


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