As some of you probably remember, we never said we would need no help So, here is our Mirroring Policy, in case somebody noticed our mirror issues these days and is willing to help
How to become an official mirror of ROSA Distribution
If you want to become an official ROSA Distribution mirror, have a server with enough free space and a wide internet channel, please, read the following guide to become one.
Please note that, in order to be an official mirror, you must maintain your mirror in a moderate health, so that its uptime and bandwidth should not be a problem for people who use it.
Minimal upload speed
Minimal upload speed required to become an official mirror is 20 MBit/s.
At least 60 Gb.
Rsync and cron command
We recommend to use rsync + cron to ensure that your mirror is updated regularly. In order to have a synced ROSA you must be able to setup a regularly running rsync script on your server. We propose to use a following command:
How to submit a mirror request
Код: Выделить всё
rsync -avH --partial --delete-after --delay-updates --exclude '.*' <rsync mirror url> /path/to/the/repo/
When your mirror is running and set up, you should contact ROSA via official bugzilla mirror request
Open a bug with the "Becoming an official mirror" title.
This bug will be private and visible only to ROSA employees; no information you enter will be shared.
Bug text must consist of:
- location of the mirror (city and country)
- mirror contact/admin (name, email address - only one)
- available bandwidth
- which primary mirror you are using
- list of your URLs, including protocol used among http / ftp (anonymous) / rsync
- your geographic coordinates (optionally, to speed up the process of adding your mirror into the mirrorlist )
Welcome to Official ROSA Mirrors! The nearby users will use your mirror to receive updates.