[arch-mirrors] arch.lucassymons.net mirror minor update

Matthew Taylor matthew.taylor at hostopia.com.au
Mon Jun 28 05:02:56 UTC 2021

Hi Lucas,

I looked into this a bit more after I received some feedback from 
another user, and have since resolved the issue.

I've forced our mirror to re-sync, give it a short period of time and we 
should be good once again.


On 28/6/21 10:54 am, Matthew Taylor wrote:
> Hi Lucas,
> I am one of the staff members who looks after Digital Pacific's mirror.
> From our side, IO isn't a problem and we have 20Gbps of capacity to 
> our mirror. Testing with rsync to another server, I was able to 
> achieve Gigabit speeds (max for this test server) with large files (IO 
> throughput), and no problems with smaller files in terms (page cache + 
> Your mirror (arch.lucassymons.net) appears to be sitting behind 
> Cloudflare, so I can't really look into it further.
> Can you please contact me directly and share what errors you are 
> experiencing as it's in our best in interest to resolve these to 
> provide a better experience for the community? :)
> Cheers,
> Matthew.
> On 27/6/21 12:56 pm, Lucas Symons via arch-mirrors wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> The mirror arch.lucassymons.net has swapped its tier 1 upstream 
>> server to rsync://syd.mirror.rackspace.com/archlinux/
>> The other tier 1 servers in Australia (aarnet and digitalpacific) are 
>> having issues with slow sync times or server errors. So I have 
>> swapped over to try and keep my mirror as up-to-date as possible and 
>> my sync time as low as possible.
>> If there are any issues please feel free to reach out and let me know.
>> Thanks,
>> Lucas

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