Is the mirror-manager2 a must? As we are unable to run it on our jailed bsd system, because it requires a lot of unavailable packages for our system.
I have added the mirror on the website, but as I said, we cant run mirror-manager.

Please see mirror details here and on the newly created site on the mirror-manager website.

Best Regards,
Daniel-Alexandru Stan
Senior Network Engineer | NAV Communications (RO)

Office: +40 (21) 655-55-55 | E-mail: noc@nav.ro
Site: www.nav.ro | Client: https://server.ro

La 23/02/2018 16:17, Adrian Reber a scris:
On Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 04:03:59PM +0200, Daniel Stan - nav.ro wrote:
Country: Romania
Company/Site Name: NAV Communications
Company/Site Name: https://www.nav.ro
Mirror Name: mirrors.nav.ro
Bandwidth: 10Gbps
Categories: Fedora Linux, Epel
Comment: NAV Communications Data Center
IPv4/IPv6: Yes/No

fedora-enchilada - http,rsync,ftp

fedora-epel - http,rsync,ftp

Update frequency is 4 hours.
Please use a tier 1 mirror[1] close to you; create an account in the
MirrorManager[2]; register your mirror in our MirrorManager; enter
your local netblocks in the mirror manager; run report_mirror[3]
(if possible) and as soon as you are listed in the database as up to
date yum/dnf will be redirected to your mirror.

All this information can be found in more details in the wiki at:


Thanks for supporting Fedora. If you have any further questions do not
hesitate to ask.

It would help us a lot if you could provide rsync access for our
crawler. Our crawler checks the content of your mirror and using rsync
requires only one network connection in contrast to crawling via HTTP
which can take up one connection per directory/file on your mirror.

No need to enter the FTP based URLs as we block FTP based URLs.


[1] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Infrastructure/Mirroring/Tiering
[2] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Infrastructure/MirrorManager
[3] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Infrastructure/Mirroring