On Wed, 26 Jul 2017 19:04:53 -0400 Felix Miata wrote:
Still not entirely fixed I don't think. e.g., when
click on an iso's
details link, then click on "Map showing the closest mirrors" I get a
map with 4 markers, one of which ID's my location in FL (extreme SE
USA), and 3 others, numbered 1, 2 & 4, all of which are located in
Europe, and up to 10 times as far away as mirrors that I know exist
in the USA.
I might not understand you correctly, but if there is currently no
mirror in the US that hosts the tumbleweed directory (the provo-mirror
machine is currently syncing, but not finished), download.opensuse.org
can simply not provide you with more mirrors.
is in CA on the opposite side of CONUS, approximately 57% of the
distance to the closest of those three mirrors on the other side of
(us, prio 100)
^^^ the mirror is listed for Leap 42.3, but did not contain the "right"
tumbleweed iso when it got scanned two days ago. I triggered a complete
full scan of this mirror (which takes roughly 2h) to get the tumbleweed
iso(s) listed back.
As we have ~200 mirrors and a full scan of each mirror takes ~2
hours (on average), I guess everyone can simply calculate the amount of
time that is needed for a full scan of all mirror servers...
I'm currently running up to 6 scans in parallel to get below 2 days,
but as each scan eats up to 12Gb of RAM, I'm currently looking to get
the scanning a bit more parallel by using multiple scanners. Here the
problem starts that some mirrors only allow us to scan them from a
specific IP address. I need to find out which mirrors can be scanned
faster from the US or China - and if the connection to the database
will not be the limitation in case I switch over to a "more closer"
scanner in this countries.
with kind regards,
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