That’s a good starting point. Awesome!
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.
tnx for mirroring @penzoiders
BTW i did not know nodeweaver… seems nice, i think i must investigate
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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hi @giacomo, I just noticed that the mirror I put in place looks like “4 days old” in the mirmon dashboard.
I’ve fixed the cron.d entry now… got a missed space in it. hope now will do fine.
No problem at all, I will monitor it for a couple of days then add it to the list.
I really like the idea, let me know when we need to starting working on this
mirror.nordest.systems is now an official NethServer mirror.
Thank you @penzoiders!
I would like to use nethserver as a mirrorserver for nethserver, proxmox, debian and ubuntu.
Can someone help me please to find the right commands and paths ?
You can find all required info in the first post of this thread.
Regarding other distributions, please see their own documentation
I’ve just setup a new nethserver mirror
Its connected with 1 Gbit/s
It syncs every 2 hrs at a random minute.
"Sponsor “Organisation” ": Alpix.eu
HTTP: http:// mirror.alpix.eu/nethserver/ (remove the ’ ', but i need to break the link this way because im a new user an so im only allowed to post 2 Links… )
Rsync; rsync://mirror.alpix.eu/nethserver/ // mirror.alpix.eu::nethserver
Contact mail (I will not read this topic so please write me an mail if i need to know anything!): email@example.com
Have a nice day!
Great work @AlpixTM and thank you!
The mirror will be monitored by mirmon for few days, then it will be added to the official mirror list.
Thanks to @AlpixTM we have a new mirror in the list!
I just added a new mirror: https://mirror.pcxlan.es/nethserver/
Edit: I forgot! Also I just created a new subdomain http://nethserver.pcxlan.es
Thank you all!
Wow, we’re extending our network so cool! Thanks @PCXLan.es
I setup a Nethserver mirror on a Nethserver.
I hope 10Mbps are enough…maybe we use it for the slow updates
Used the virtualhost conf of @giacomo and added an Alias /mirror because I got a 403 forbidden when trying to connect to / directly:
<VirtualHost *:80> Alias /mirror "/var/www/repos" ServerName mrmarkuz.goip.de ...
I had to erase the <VirtualHost …> lines because it deactivated the rewriting to https which caused errors in some webapps when using http.
Alias /mirror "/var/www/repos" DocumentRoot "/var/www/repos" <Directory /var/www/repos> Options +Indexes Options +FollowSymLinks Order allow,deny Allow from all </Directory>
Thank you for your kind donation. Let’s monitor it for a while, then your mirror will be added to the pool
I managed to make another mirror out of a cheap webhost without possibility of configuring httpd, ssh and rsync.
The dates of the dirs are the actual ones and I can’t use symlinks as I am syncing via FTP, what doubles the size(NS repo usually has 3GB, on my webhost 6GB).
What I did:
Via FTP I created a “/webpages/mywebpage/mirror” directory, set rights to 755 and put a .htaccess file into it.
Options +Indexes Options +FollowSymLinks
I fetched the repo via rsync as described in 1st post and I synced it to my webhost via FTP with lftp:
lftp -u FTPUSER,FTPPASS FTPSERVER -e "set ftp:ssl-allow no; mirror -RL /var/www/repos /; chmod -R g+r /; quit"
Iftp was not able to change the rights of uploaded files during transfer so I did it afterwards with chmod. My fallback Raspberry NS mirror does the ftp sync at the moment via a cron job.
Thank you again! Added to mirmon, let’s see if it’s stable enough