[CentOS-mirror] discussion about ipv6 availability for msync.centos.org

Mon May 23 08:05:28 UTC 2016
Fabian Arrotin <arrfab at centos.org>

On 19/05/16 15:15, Fabian Arrotin wrote:
> On 18/05/16 20:57, Scott wrote:
>>> So the idea would be to have something like
>>> msync-v6.centos.org::CentOS-v6, and ask you to provide us the ipv6
>>> address for your mirror (we can already do that in advance if you
>>> advertise AAAA record on your side for your mirror) and so it would be
>>> an "opt-in" thing (at least as a start)
>> The separate DNS ensures that people will only get what they ask for (v4 
>> or v6), but why have a separate module name? Put both v4 and v6 acls on 
>> the CentOS module and clients will get the one matching the DNS name they 
>> use.
>> Scott.
> Yes, that's the plan so msync-v6.centos.org::CentOS .
> I pushed yesterday {cloud,debuginfo,vault,buildlogs} AAAA records (in
> our GeoIP/PDNS backend) so now working on the msync part (and then
> mirror.centos.org too)
> Stay tuned

So, I just pushed today msync6.centos.org and I also added the ipv6
addresses from this thread in the CentOS rsync module acl.
So can you test that you can sync over ipv6 by using the following
host/path : msync6.centos.org::CentOS ?

After some positive feedback I'll make a bigger/wider announce for the
ipv6 availability for msync and also add mirror.centos.org too

Thanks for your feedback ! :-)

Fabian Arrotin
The CentOS Project | http://www.centos.org
gpg key: 56BEC54E | twitter: @arrfab

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