How to create your own NethServer mirror

That’s great! Thanks for your contribution, whole community is grateful to you.

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A new mirror is up and running: http://mirror2.nethserver.org/nethserver/

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A new mirror is up and running : http://mirror.imao-fr.com/nethserver/ :wink:

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Woah! thanks Pierre for your offer! :smile_cat:

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The new mirror is up and running! Thank you @pierre_bourdin! :smiley:

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Just added your name here:

@giacomo
can we test a new mirror? i have some doubt about stability (really economic vps, located in Canada)…
it’s up and running (on ns7rc2)

http://infinitedreams.framassa.org/nethserver/

tnx

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I just added it to mirmon: http://www.nethserver.org/mirmon/

Keep an eye on it, when/if you think it’s stable enough, I will add it to official mirror list (remember to ping me :wink: ).

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ok giacomo, it seems stable, but only activating it we will discover real bandwidth :grin:
please add it to mirrorlist

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The mirror is now official, thanks to @davidep!

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Just out of interest, how much space does the NethServer mirror take up?

actually 608M

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as promised to @alefattorini since I have not much time to help, at least I’ll share bandwidth

http://mirror.nordest.systems/nethserver/

cheers!

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Just added to mirmon: http://www.nethserver.org/mirmon/

I will check for few days, if everything is ok I will add it to the official mirror list.

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That’s a good starting point. Awesome!

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it’s a dedicated CentOS7 vm on a NodeWeaver (HCI based on OpenNebula) running on OVH dedicated server. I put no limitations on the bandwidth so it can go up to 1 Gbps. If it gets too busy I’ll eventually ll resize the maximum bandwidth, but I don’t think that’s an issue.

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tnx for mirroring @penzoiders
BTW i did not know nodeweaver… seems nice, i think i must investigate :slight_smile:
tnx

:heart_eyes: yeah! Thanks Lorenzo, we really appreciate it!

If you need any info or you want to try out just ping me (I’m in the product’s core team).

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