[CentOS-mirror] Minimum Sync Interval?

Tue Feb 28 22:00:45 UTC 2017
Levi Pihema-Lindsay <levi at 2prointl.co>

Hey James,

I usually sync every 4 hours (ntpdate'ing 5 minutes before updating), and that's probably as low as I'd go


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> On 1/03/2017, at 10:58 AM, James DeVincentis <james.d at hexhost.net> wrote:
> Is there a a minimum sync interval for syncing from the msync nodes? I know it’s recommended mirrors sync 4-6 times a day, so every 4-6 hours.
> I’m an advocate of getting updates to users as quickly as possible. I’m not opposed to syncing my mirrors on an hourly basis as long as it won’t cause a load problem for the server upstream of me.
> Thoughts?
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