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Poor download performance from openSUSE rsync

Added by avicenzi 10 months ago. Updated 10 months ago.

Status:
Resolved
Priority:
Normal
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Category:
Mirrors
Target version:
-
Start date:
2022-04-28
Due date:
% Done:

100%

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Description

Hi,

Our mirror has been syncing for more than a day, and the average download speed has been 3 mbps.
Are there any limits on rsync.opensuse.org? Our server can easily do 20 mbps or more probably.

I wonder what could be the problem, it does not seem to be on our side.

Best,

Alex

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#1 Updated by pjessen 10 months ago

  • Category set to Mirrors
  • Status changed from New to Feedback
  • Private changed from Yes to No

rsync.o.o is mostly for non-public mirrors, it has limited bandwidth, probably 1Gbit/s max.
You could just use stage.o.o instead, your mirror (rsync.opensuse.net.br / 45.225.27.127) has access.

#2 Updated by avicenzi 10 months ago

pjessen wrote:

rsync.o.o is mostly for non-public mirrors, it has limited bandwidth, probably 1Gbit/s max.
You could just use stage.o.o instead, your mirror (rsync.opensuse.net.br / 45.225.27.127) has access.

Good to know, are stage.o.o and rsync.o.o always in sync? or should I be worried that stage might have some issues?

#3 Updated by pjessen 10 months ago

avicenzi wrote:

pjessen wrote:

rsync.o.o is mostly for non-public mirrors, it has limited bandwidth, probably 1Gbit/s max.
You could just use stage.o.o instead, your mirror (rsync.opensuse.net.br / 45.225.27.127) has access.

Good to know, are stage.o.o and rsync.o.o always in sync? or should I be worried that stage might have some issues?

stage.o.o is the master, and rsync.o.o will virtually always be a little bit behind.

#4 Updated by avicenzi 10 months ago

pjessen wrote:

avicenzi wrote:

pjessen wrote:

rsync.o.o is mostly for non-public mirrors, it has limited bandwidth, probably 1Gbit/s max.
You could just use stage.o.o instead, your mirror (rsync.opensuse.net.br / 45.225.27.127) has access.

Good to know, are stage.o.o and rsync.o.o always in sync? or should I be worried that stage might have some issues?

stage.o.o is the master, and rsync.o.o will virtually always be a little bit behind.

Thanks, we can close this.

#5 Updated by pjessen 10 months ago

  • Status changed from Feedback to Resolved
  • Assignee set to pjessen
  • % Done changed from 0 to 100

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