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OpenSUSE mirror - rsync missing module

Added by Melvin.kool@compumatica.com over 1 year ago. Updated over 1 year ago.

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Dear Admin,

I want to setup a mirror for a local network with the most important
OpenSUSE Tumbleweed packages (only the latest version), with a maximum
of 1TB.

The tutorial on
https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Mirror_infrastructure#rsync_modules
shows the rsync command for this purpose:

rsync -rlptH rsync.opensuse.org::opensuse-hotstuff-160gb /srv/pub/opensuse/ --delete-after -hi --stats

After running this command I've got the following response:

/
/

/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//
//
//
//@ERROR: Unknown module 'opensuse-hotstuff-160gb'/

Is it true that this module does not exist anymore?

Where could I find this module and how is there a list with all the
modules somewhere that is up to date?

Is it also possible to get access to stage.opensuse.org, if it has the
module?

Kind regards,

Melvin

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#1 Updated by pjessen over 1 year ago

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Melvin.kool@compumatica.com wrote:

I want to setup a mirror for a local network with the most important
OpenSUSE Tumbleweed packages (only the latest version), with a maximum
of 1TB.

Is it true that this module does not exist anymore?

Please see https://progress.opensuse.org/issues/33346

Where could I find this module and how is there a list with all the
modules somewhere that is up to date?

I suggest you use 'opensuse-full-really-everything' and exclude those things that you don't need.

Is it also possible to get access to stage.opensuse.org, if it has the
module?

If you going to be running a public mirror, you can certainly have access to stage.o.o.

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