[CentOS-mirror] View who's yum updating from your mirror?

Brian Lancaster

brianlan at gmail.com
Tue Mar 3 14:10:24 UTC 2015

You can use your webserver standard-out logging, maybe increase the logging
level to include more info.


On Tue, Mar 3, 2015 at 9:07 AM, Andrew Mora <amora at staff.atlantic.net>

> Is there a way to log who and whats been yum updated from your mirror,
> similar to that of how the xinetd rsync daemon tracks who's  mirroring from
> you in, for example, /var/log/rsync.log?
> For example, right now several folks are yum updating from me(
> repo.atlantic.net), but I can only see it by tcpdumping.
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