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).
Talking about NodeWeaver
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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!): firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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!
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