[CentOS-mirror] Hacking & Coffee (new mirror)

Wed Mar 7 22:44:37 UTC 2018
Anssi Johansson <avij at centosproject.org>

Tails Hon1nbo kirjoitti 7.3.2018 klo 23.35:
>>Tails Hon1nbo kirjoitti 6.3.2018 klo 23.06:
>>>/Thanks, />>//>>/however I am running into an issue; when I try to switch my syncs to />>/us-msync, I receive a Module Not Found error for "CentOS" /
>>This sounds like the IP addresses you specified do not match the IP 
>>addresses that are actually used. Please try these two commands from 
>>your mirror server and report their output:
>>rsync -4 rsync://no-access.miuku.net/keep-out
>>rsync -6 rsync://no-access.miuku.net/keep-out
>>These commands will show your actual IP addresses in the error message.
> As the command shows, it's still coming from one of the same IPs I 
> specified before in my original announce:
> $ rsync -4 rsync://no-access.miuku.net/keep-out 
> <http://no-access.miuku.net/keep-out>
> @ERROR: access denied to keep-out from unknown (
> rsync error: error starting client-server protocol (code 5) at 
> main.c(1516) [Receiver=3.0.9]

OK, that IPv4 address is on the list, but how about IPv6? My guess is 
that your system has an IPv6 address that does not match what you wrote 
earlier (2604:7780:100:0:225:90ff:fe37:aad6) and rsync tries to use IPv6 
by default when connecting to rsync://us-msync.centos.org/CentOS/

You could try "rsync -4 rsync://us-msync.centos.org/CentOS/" and see if 
it works any better. If it does, the problem is IPv6-related. The above 
"rsync -6 rsync://no-access.miuku.net/keep-out" command would give more 
information in this case.