tickets #46319

rsync.opensuse.org

Added by alex@bihlmaier.at 3 months ago. Updated 3 months ago.

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Category:mirrors
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Description

Hi!
According to the instructions on
https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Mirror_infrastructure i wanted to
create a openSUSE mirror

Unfortunetely i am unable to rsync from rsync.opensuse.org.

@ERROR: access denied to opensuse from repo1.uibk.ac.at (138.232.17.97)

Other rsync mirrors listed on https://mirrors.opensuse.org/ are old and
not updated (e.g. lagis Internet Serviceprovider)

Is the Mailing List mirror@opensuse.org still in use, can i subscribe?

cheers

Alex

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#1 Updated by cboltz 3 months ago

  • Category set to mirrors
  • Assignee set to pjessen

Is the Mailing List mirror@opensuse.org still in use, can i subscribe?

Yes, and yes ;-)

(For everything else, I'll let Per answer.)

#2 Updated by pjessen 3 months ago

  • Status changed from New to In Progress
  • Private changed from Yes to No

After the crash last year, I'll have to double check the status of rsync.opensuse.org. For now, it looks like it is working:


rsync --list-only rsync://rsync.opensuse.org

This is rsync.opensuse.org, public rsync server of openSUSE.org,
limited to 50 connections.

If you run a public mirror, please get in contact so we can give you
access to the stage rsync server.
You'll find conditions for access and further information at
http://en.opensuse.org/Mirror_Infrastructure

Thanks!
admin@opensuse.org

opensuse rsync access for openSUSE scanner
opensuse-full Without daily devel snapshots
opensuse-full-with-factory Includes daily devel snapshots
opensuse-full-with-factory-dvd5 Includes daily devel snapshots and large, short-lived Beta DVDs
opensuse-full-really-everything not recomended includes updates every minute
opensuse-full-really-everything-including-repositories not recomended includes updates every minute

#3 Updated by thalunil 3 months ago

pjessen wrote:

After the crash last year, I'll have to double check the status of rsync.opensuse.org. For now, it looks like it is working:




rsync --list-only rsync://rsync.opensuse.org

I receive the list, that's right. But i am unable to fetch the rsync module "opensuse".

The error:
@ERROR: access denied to opensuse from repo1.uibk.ac.at (138.232.17.97)

Please open up the access to this rsync module since this host is intended as a public rsync server.

thanks
thal

#4 Updated by pjessen 3 months ago

thalunil wrote:

pjessen wrote:

After the crash last year, I'll have to double check the status of rsync.opensuse.org. For now, it looks like it is working:




rsync --list-only rsync://rsync.opensuse.org


I receive the list, that's right. But i am unable to fetch the rsync module "opensuse".


The error:

@ERROR: access denied to opensuse from repo1.uibk.ac.at (138.232.17.97)


Please open up the access to this rsync module since this host is intended as a public rsync server.

Hi Thal

as you can tell from the module listing, the "opensuse" module is for our internal use only. Please just use one of the mother modules,
whichever fits your purpose best.

#5 Updated by thalunil 3 months ago

pjessen wrote:

The error:

@ERROR: access denied to opensuse from repo1.uibk.ac.at (138.232.17.97)


Please open up the access to this rsync module since this host is intended as a public rsync server.


Hi Thal


as you can tell from the module listing, the "opensuse" module is for our internal use only. Please just use one of the mother modules,

whichever fits your purpose best.

Hello!
6 modules - 1 is "private" for the scanner, and 5 others which are really huge.
It does make sense to offer a module with less requirements in volume.
Can you provide that? I will happily update documentation in that case ;)

thal

#6 Updated by pjessen 3 months ago

thalunil wrote:

Hello!

6 modules - 1 is "private" for the scanner, and 5 others which are really huge.

It does make sense to offer a module with less requirements in volume.

Can you provide that? I will happily update documentation in that case ;)

We would normally offer the 'hotstuff' modules, those are more reasonable in size, 30-640Gb, but they are currently not being generated. (there is an open issue).
I suggest you use 'opensuse-full-really-everything' and add excludes for those things you don't want.

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