Mirroring oVirt repositories
Do you want to host a mirror? Do you have some bandwidth to spare?
Drop us a line at infra and tell us about yourself! You just need to pass us a public ssh key, and once set up you’ll be able to rsync from our site with the following command:
rsync -rltHvvP email@example.com:/var/www/html destination/dir
After some validation we will add your site to this page and to the mirrorlist!
Thanks a lot for your bandwidth!
We have a simple setup to allow mirroring of the oVirt repositories. Right now the mirroring is done through ssh with rsync. You’ll find in resources.ovirt.org a user named mirror. That’s the user that the mirrors should use, which has a lot of entries under ~/.ssh/authorized_keys. Each entry is restricted to run only a specific command that allows them to rsync the repo directory. Please refer to the read the docs page for more info on adding mirrors.
Adding a mirror
Then when the mirror is in sync you can add it to the mirrorlist (resources.ovirt.org:/var/www/html/pub/yum-repo/mirrorlist) and to this wiki.
|NLUUG||The Netherlands (Amsterdam)||http||ftp||ftpmirror-beheer_at_nluug.nl||Syncing on all odd hours, bandwidth is currently 4 Gb/s and we do IPV4 and IPV6|
|Studenten Net Twente (SNT)||The Netherlands||http||ftp||ftpcom at snt.utwente.nl|
|Georgia Tech Software Library (GTlib)||United States (Georgia)||http||ftp||rsync||gtlib_at_gtlib.gatech.edu|
|ibiblio||United States (North Carolina)||http||cmpalmer_at_ibiblio.org|
|Rochester Institute of Technology||United States (New York)||http||ftp||pfmeec_at_rit.edu|
|Duke University||United States (North Carolina)||http||drew.stinnett_at_duke.edu|
|Plus.line AG||Germany (Frankfurt)||http||ftp||rsync||ftp-admin_at_plusline.net|
|Silesian University in Opava||Czech Republic (Opava)||http||ftp||jiri_slezka_at_slu_cz||1Gbps, IPv6 ready|
|Rackspace||Globally Load Balanced||http||rsync||mirroradmin_at_rackspace_com||1Gbps, sync every 4 hours|