[CentOS-mirror] Mirror submission: LibreLabUCM

Tue Jan 1 19:14:46 UTC 2019
DevPGSV Pablo <devpgsv at gmail.com>

Thank you.

I still can not sync from "rsync://msync.centos.org/CentOS/", I have the
following error: @ERROR: Unknown module 'CentOS'
Perhaps I just have to wait some time.

I'll keep you updated of any changes.
Thanks you again.

El mar., 1 ene. 2019 a las 19:58, Anssi Johansson (<avij at centosproject.org>)

> DevPGSV Pablo kirjoitti 1.1.2019 klo 19.09:
> > HTTP: http://mirror.librelabucm.org/CentOS/
> > HTTPS: https://mirror.librelabucm.org/CentOS/
> > RSYNC: (Planned, but not currently available)
> >
> > Sync schedule: Every 6 hrs
> > Bandwidth: 1Gbps
> > Location: Spain, Madrid, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
> > Sponsor: LibreLabUCM
> > Sponsor URL: https://librelabucm.org/
> > IPv4 address to authorize:
> > IPv6 address to authorize: ::ffff: (4to6)
> > Email contact: DevPGSV at gmail.com
> > Mirroring AltArch: no (Planned, but not currently available)
> Hi, this mirror has now been added and you should now be able to rsync
> from rsync://msync.centos.org/CentOS/
> Your mirror will be listed on the download page and used by yum once you
> have synced your mirror (it's a bit behind now) and the mirror crawler
> has visited your mirror (this may take up to four hours).
> As for IPv6, it seems fairly pointless to specify an IPv4 mapped address
> for this purpose, because msync.centos.org will only see your IPv4
> address when you connect to it. Likewise, clients connecting to your
> mirror will actually use IPv4 for the connection, and IPv6-only clients
> won't be able to connect to your mirror at all.
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