On Thu, 8 Nov 2018 at 13:17, Erinn Looney-Triggs
> On 11/8/18 11:08 AM, Stephen John Smoogen wrote:
>> On Thu, 8 Nov 2018 at 12:47, Erinn Looney-Triggs <looneytr(a)colorado.edu>
>>> We have had to hop mirrors a few times now due to max connection errors
>>> on rsync, from kernel.org
whom I tried to contact, to rit.edu
, whom I
>>> don't believe anyone on my team ever tried to contact, and now we are
>>> trying for download-ib01.fedoraproject.org
>>> Would whomever manages that system be willing to put us on an ACL
>>> exception for rsync? IP is: 184.108.40.206 mirror.colorado.edu
>>> will be via internet2 if that matters.
should be open to the world. what
>> happens when you try to download to it?
> I have no doubt it is, as is mirrors.rit.edu
, and kernel.org
> are max connection limits that we keep hitting. And in fact for rit.edu
> have been hitting for the last 24 hours, maybe just bad luck. I am
> trying to get a fairly stable/reliable connection to a tier 1 for our
> site to rsync from.
So unless rsyncd has grown something in the last couple of years,
connection limits happen before acls are looked at. The only way you
used to be able to do this was make a separate target like the
fedora-enchilada0 is for tier1 mirrors and have tier2 mirrors point to
fedora-enchilada1 or something similar. We can look at that but I want
to get feedback from mirrors team before doing so
to the list.
One additional thing to mention is that you might want to look at
Just bare rsync takes a really long time to stat all the files, while
quick-fedora-miror just grabs the exact ones you need.