On 2021/04/11 17:19, Bernhard M. Wiedemann wrote:
On 11/04/2021 17.04, L A Walsh wrote:
I'm not sure how to specify a valid
non-ssl mirror automatically
or to choose one manually. Seeing how my connection seems to go from
normal to SSL during the 1 GET, I'm not sure how to tell if I'm going to
a non-SSL site or not.
You can try this new experimental download redirector:
as it runs in Provo, it could give better performance for US users.
It works most of the time, but about 10% of the time, it will
jump to the SSL kernel mirror as below -- can see attempt to d/l
first to the provo mirror, then a redirect to what may be a
bad or flakey mirror (http://sfo-korg-mirror.kernel.org
) -- which
doesn't have it -- in that case, I'll see a 'CONNECT' line, like
below, that fails.
In cases where the mirror works, it either serves it
itself, or sends it to a working mirror that has the object.
Only when the 1st is the sfo-kernel mirror and when it fails
does it get sent to the SSL mirror.
+12.30 174㎳; 286 (23/1.6K) MISS/302 <Ishtar [GET
- 18.104.22.168 -]
+0.03 61㎳; 296 (11K/4.7K) MISS/301 <Ishtar [GET
- 22.214.171.124 -]
+0.05 42㎳; 46 (1022/1.1K) TUNNEL/200 <Ishtar [CONNECT
mirrors.edge.kernel.org:443 - 126.96.36.199 -]
500 Can't connect to mirrors.edge.kernel.org:443 (SSL connect attempt
failed with unknown error error:14077410:SSL
routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:sslv3 alert handshake failure)