[CentOS-mirror] New public mirror in Asia/Indonesia/Yogyakarta
avij at centosproject.org
Fri Jun 8 07:43:06 UTC 2018
Hostmaster Citrahost kirjoitti 8.6.2018 klo 9.57:
> But what i wondering is i schedule sync at Friday Jun 8 06:00:01 AM
> GMT+7 2018 Asia/Jakarta and the timestamp.txt showing different time
> that is Thu Jun 7 22:45:01 UTC 2018
> Do i have done something worst that causing this?
Well, first of all, there is a 7 hour timezone difference between GMT+7
Asia/Jakarta and UTC. That explains most of the difference.
timestamp.txt represents the version of the files that you retrieved
from the master servers (msync.centos.org), and this is what matters
when determining if the mirror is up to date. It does not represent the
time when you synced from msync.centos.org. timestamp.txt gets updated
on msync.centos.org frequently, I think every 10 minutes or so. The
timestamp.txt that you get from msync.centos.org may be slightly behind
your current time (typically less than half an hour), but that is normal.
As long as your mirror's entry on http://mirror-status.centos.org/#id is
green you're OK. The maximum allowed age is 28 hours, and you are
nowhere near that. If you sync every 8 hours, your mirror's age is
likely to always be under 8 hours, which is absolutely fine.
Relax, it's all OK now, so you can just sit back and enjoy the traffic :)
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