On Tue, 2 Dec 2014 22:37:46 -0600
Ben Blankley <ben.blankley(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I wasn't sure if this question should have gone to infrastructure
rel-eng, but I figured infrastructure actually runs the server. If
not, please forward along.
With the impending release of F21, I was planning on setting up my
RSS-enabled Bittorrent client to get the F21 final ISO downloading as
soon as possible. Is there an RSS feed for torrent.fedoraproject.org?
If not, is there a mirror-friendly way to automate such a download
upon final release, whether through Bittorrent, rsync, or http?
Well, we usually open things up the night before (which is also when
torrents appear). There's not any specific trigger tho.
I wonder if we couldn't make a fedmsg that emits when we open things
though for the next release.
I have a few systems at home that will need a full new installation
from F20, and since I'm on slow internet I'd rather just download
packages once, while I'm at work in CST. I haven't figured out how to
set up a local update mirror cache yet.
You should be able to just use squid.