[arch-dev-public] Mirrors supporting rsync
gerhard.brauer at web.de
Thu Aug 6 17:08:40 EDT 2009
Am Donnerstag, den 06.08.2009, 14:47 -0500 schrieb Aaron Griffin:
> Below is a list of our current mirrors that support rsync. I would
> like to begin the process of setting up Tiered mirroring to give
> gerolde some breathing room.
> To do this, I would like to know the following things:
> * Which of these mirrors are unreliable?
Only rit.edu sometimes have a out-of-sync, but the reason is most times
not finished sync to rsync.al.org...
> * How many mirrors do we want at the first tier?
My suggestion is 2 per country if the count of mirrors in this country
is for ex. bigger than 4. Otherwise one per country.
> * What criteria should we use to decide which mirrors are capable of
> being a tier 1 mirror?
My suggestion: public rsync access, a minimum of 4 times sync to
archlinux per day(often is better), university and well know hosters are
privileged above "private mirrors".
> * What is the rsync speed for these mirrors? (How much bandwidth do
> they have to offer?)
> If anyone has the time to research this, please do so and respond.
> Mirrors supporting rsync: 26
I have additionally (my list of rsync mirrors is not complete):
I could try to check until weekend all mirrors if their rsync access
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