With Fedora 25 being EOL earlier this week, I have hard linked it to
the archives. Next week or beginning of January it will be removed
from the main /pub/fedora depending on schedules of people.
Due to an overzealous hard linking I also cp -avl the
/pub/fedora/linux/releases/26 to archives. This should not affect
anything but I wanted to bring it up.
Stephen J Smoogen.
I'm Daniel and I want to announce a new Fedora mirror.
IPv4: 184.108.40.206 & 220.127.116.11
IPv6: 2001:470:d43f:fff6:a:e::37 & 2001:470:d43f:fff6:a:e::51
Location: Novosibirsk, RU
We are using mock to build RPMs for CentOS 7. The mock configuration for CentOS 7 is set to use this mirror list: http://mirrors.fedoraproject.org/mirrorlist?repo=epel-7&arch=x86_64. From this mirror list http://ftp.uninett.no/linux/epel/7/x86_64/ seems to be the preferred mirror and is the one which is always chosen. This mirror seems to be broken however. There is partial repository metadata and no RPMs. This is very annoying because it also breaks the other mirrors since the metadata is available and causes Yum to store incorrect relative path to the RPMs in the other mirrors. Can this mirror be removed from the mirror list until it is fixed? Because right now all our CentOS 7 builds are failing because of it.
Hello, I work for Sonic, and we would like to host a public mirror for
Fedora EPEL on our server:
IP address: 18.104.22.168
Location: San Jose, CA, US
Outbound Bandwidth: 10000