US-based rsync sites?
shane at bratnet.net
Tue Apr 13 23:01:59 PDT 2004
Yep, Found it just as I posted :)
Is the full size still ~80GB..
From: Will Mitayai Keeso Rowe [mailto:mitayai at gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 14, 2004 12:47 AM
To: Shane Brath
Cc: freebsd-hubs at freebsd.org
Subject: Re: US-based rsync sites?
Hope this helps,
(hostmaster at ca.freebsd.org)
On Wed, 14 Apr 2004 00:11:05 -0500, Shane Brath <shane at bratnet.net>
> I'm setting up additional mirrors on our mirror cluster.
> I'm adding Freebsd by popular demand of my customers.
> I have OC12 connections to the backbone from our several peering
> centers, so I'll be looking to offer the archive to the public.
> I plan to offer website, cvsup, and ftp, and rsync.
> Can someone point me in the right direction to the "Setup Guide" or
> the procedure for getting my mirrors qualified to be added to the
> robin? And the recommended setup?
> The server is in sync-up mode right now, and I'm pulling a baseline
> The server name is mirror2.mirrors.tds.net.
> Contact email: mirrors at tds.net
> Website for Info: http://mirrors.tds.net <http://mirrors.tds.net/>
> Server is running Linux :-( I know, but I can't make everyone happy.
> Server is Quad processor Dell Poweredge, 600G disk array, 100MB
> connection to backbone.
> I've already joined the mailing list :-)
> Shane Brath
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