[CentOS-mirror] Mirror submission: LibreLabUCM

Tue Jan 1 19:52:01 UTC 2019
Anssi Johansson <avij at centosproject.org>

It should work by now, perhaps there is something wrong with the IP
addresses. Try running these two commands from your mirror server. You
won't be able to access anything from this server, but the error
messages will show you the actual IP addresses that were used.

rsync -4 rsync://no-access.miuku.net/keep-out
rsync -6 rsync://no-access.miuku.net/keep-out

If, for example, you have another IPv6 address that gets used, you may
be able to access msync.centos.org if you specify the -4 parameter to
force the use of IPv4. We can of course add your correct IPv6 address to
the ACL as well, if this is the case.

DevPGSV Pablo kirjoitti 1.1.2019 klo 21.14:
> Thank you.
> I still can not sync from "rsync://msync.centos.org/CentOS/
> <http://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 <mailto:avij at centosproject.org>>) escribió:
>     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 <mailto: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/ <http://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 <http://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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