[CentOS-mirror] ACL migration a.k.a. Unknown module 'CentOS' errors

Thu Mar 2 03:56:07 UTC 2017
Dewangga Alam <dewanggaba at xtremenitro.org>

Hello Anssi,

Thanks for your notification, yes, got error since 24 hours ago, but now 
should be fixed.

I've check your "ipv6reach" page, but got FAIL status on this line
rsync://	sumberterbuka.beritagar.id/CentOS/		FAIL	FAIL	ok	FAIL	ok		

Could you give us some traceroute or IPv6 prefix information?
So, I can track why the status is failed.

And if you need another IPv6 checker for national exchange in Indonesia, 
you can contact me off list.

Many thanks,

On 3/2/2017 10:39 AM, Anssi Johansson wrote:
> Hello everyone. As some of you may have noticed, I have started helping
> Fabian Arrotin with mirrorlist management tasks. For example, I can now
> make changes to the list of CentOS mirrors myself. I will also continue
> maintaining the IPv6 mirror checker (see http://miuku.net/ipv6reach/ for
> stats), which runs separate from the main CentOS mirror checker.
> In order for me to change the access control list which specifies the IP
> addresses that can connect to msync.centos.org nodes, the ACL had to be
> moved from a separate configuration file to the main mirror database.
> This gives me easier access to the ACL. The ACL is exported from the
> database to msync nodes periodically.
> The reason why I'm writing this message is that it's possible that some
> of the IP addresses got accidentally assigned to mirrors that have been
> disabled, and this causes that IP address to be excluded from the ACL. I
> don't expect this to be a particularly widespread problem, but it is a
> possibility.
> If you have problems syncing (you get a message like Unknown module
> 'CentOS' and/or your timestamp.txt is too old), please let us know and
> we'll fix the problem ASAP. Please specify your mirror's http URL and IP
> addresses (IPv4, and if you're lucky enough to have IPv6, that too) so
> that we could locate your mirror's data from the database quickly.
> Thanks for your cooperation. If you have any other concerns or
> questions, feel free to send me an email or come to #centos-mirror on
> Freenode for a chat.
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