I'm Harry, and I want to be public mirror host for Fedora EPEL.
I have 2 server in Indonesia region. Supported by 10G bandwidth.
Sponsor Organization: DomaiNesia
- URL Sponsor: https://www.domainesia.com
- IPv4 Addr: 126.96.36.199
- IPv6 Addr: 2001:df7:5300:2::64
- Hostname Mirror: linux.domainesia.com/fedora/ (http, https, rsync)
Sponsor Organization: NevaCloud
- URL Sponsor: https://nevacloud.com
- IPv4 Addr: 188.8.131.52
- IPv6 Addr: 2001:df7:5300:2::63
- Hostname Mirror: mirror.nevacloud.com/fedora/ (http, https, rsync)
Please help for the next step.
I'm Chenkai (Ceasar) Sun , from FSLab, NCHC , Taiwan.
We host EPEL and Fedora mirror service in Taiwan
(http://free.nchc.org.tw ) and hope to register into Fedora mirror list.
The mirror resource details are as the follow:
Mirror site : free.nchc.org.tw
IPv4 address to authorize: 184.108.40.206
IPv6 address to authorize: 2001:e10:2000:240:e643:4bff:fee8:a63c
Mirror frequency: Every 24 hrs
Service contact : ceasar(a)nchc.org.tw
Location: Hsinchu, Taiwan
Thanks for help in advanced .
Chen-Kai Sun (Ceasar)
National Center for High-Performance Computing, Taiwan
PGP Key: 4096R/6768B31F (firstname.lastname@example.org;ceasar(a)narlabs.org.tw )
Fingerprint: D20D 8A19 58BE 95B2 20DF 60F2 A658 0CE9 6768 B31F
Fedora 37 Beta has been staged and should now be available at
it is 464G in pub/fedora, 40G in pub/alt, 269G in pub/fedora-secondary
and the rpms are hardlinked to pub/fedora/linux/development/36/Everything/
Our release is Tuesday the 13th of September 2022, at 14:00 UTC.
Fedora Release Engineering
We are a student run open source software mirror at
https://mirror.clarkson.edu. We would like to become a public Fedora Mirror
as well becoming the preferred mirror in our university.
rsync is coming soon
Publicly we have 1 gigabit per second
We've tried to configure our site in mirror manager to have the clients on
our campus network prefer our Mirror. Is ASN preferred over Site-local
netblocks or does it not matter? We have configured both options.
The Clarkson University Mirror (operated by COSI <http://cosi.clarkson.edu/>
IPv4 and IPv6 available via https://mirror.clarkson.edu