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Technical Issues and Assistance => Package Management => Manjaro Mirrors => Topic started by: philm on 02. November 2012, 02:02:07

Title: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: philm on 02. November 2012, 02:02:07
Some people still ask me how I got 5 mirrors in one week before 0.8.0 came out. It is simple. Just write 100 mails to universities and companies supporting Linux. Go to Archlinux and grap their mirrorlist. Crawl thru their servers and get their contact data. Write an email and see what response you get. For further information about how to help us out, please read our Wiki about Manjaro-Mirrors (http://wiki.manjaro.org/index.php?title=Manjaro_Mirrors). It is also good to subscribe our mailing list (https://lists.manjaro.org/mailman/listinfo/manjaro-mirrors).

Available Rsync-Services (09.06.2013 - 17:59 CEST)
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BR / Brasil:
rsync://rsync.las.ic.unicamp.br/pub/manjarolinux/

Asia / Bangladesh (currently outdated):
rsync://mirrors.ispros.com.bd/manjaro

Asia / Japan:
rsync://ftp.tsukuba.wide.ad.jp/manjaro
rsync://ftp.kddilabs.jp/manjaro/

Asia / South Korea:
rsync://mirror.yongbok.net/manjaro/

Europe / Germany:
rsync://ftp.rz.tu-bs.de/pub/mirror/manjaro.org/repos/
rsync://ftp.halifax.rwth-aachen.de/manjaro/

Europe / Italy:
rsync://http://manjaro.mirror.garr.it/manjaro/

Europe / Sweden:
rsync://ftp.lysator.liu.se/pub/manjaro/

Europe / United Kingdom:
rsync://rsync.mirrorservice.org/repo.manjaro.org/repos/

RU / Russian Federation:
rsync://mirror.yandex.ru/mirrors/manjaro/

US / United States:
rsync://rsync.gtlib.gatech.edu/pub/manjaro/
rsync://mirror.jmu.edu/manjaro/
Always sync from the nearest location

Current mirrorlist (09.06.2013 - 14:03 CEST)
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[Africa]
Server = http://manjaro.mirror.ac.za/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = ftp://manjaro.mirror.ac.za/$branch/$repo/$arch

[Bangladesh]
Server = http://mirrors.ispros.com.bd/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = ftp://mirrors.ispros.com.bd/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch

[Belgium]
Server = http://ftp.belnet.be/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = ftp://ftp.belnet.be/mirror/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch

[Brasil]
Server = http://manjaro.fis.unb.br/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = http://www.las.ic.unicamp.br/pub/manjarolinux/$branch/$repo/$arch

[China]
Server = http://mirrors.ustc.edu.cn/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch

[France]
Server = http://manjarolinux.polymorf.fr/$branch/$repo/$arch

[Germany]
Server = http://ftp.halifax.rwth-aachen.de/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = http://ftp.tu-chemnitz.de/pub/linux/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = http://ftp.rz.tu-bs.de/pub/mirror/manjaro.org/repos/$branch/$repo/$arch

[Greece]
Server = http://ftp.cc.uoc.gr/mirrors/linux/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch

[Indonesia]
Server = http://kambing.ui.ac.id/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch

[Ireland]
Server = http://ftp.heanet.ie/mirrors/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = ftp://ftp.heanet.ie/mirrors/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch

[Japan]
Server = http://ftp.tsukuba.wide.ad.jp/Linux/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = http://www.ftp.ne.jp/Linux/packages/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = ftp://ftp.kddilabs.jp/Linux/packages/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch

[Netherlands]
Server = ftp://ftp.nluug.nl/pub/os/Linux/distr/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = http://ftp.nluug.nl/pub/os/Linux/distr/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch

[Romania]
Server = http://mirrors.xservers.ro/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = http://mirrors.serverhost.ro/manjaro/packages/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = http://ftp.lug.ro/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch

[Russia]
Server = http://mirror.yandex.ru/mirrors/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = ftp://mirror.yandex.ru/mirrors/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch

[South_Korea]
Server = http://mirror.yongbok.net/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch

[Sweden]
Server = ftp://ftp.lysator.liu.se/pub/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = http://mirror.zetup.net/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch

[Taiwan]
Server = http://free.twaren.net/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = http://free.nchc.org.tw/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch

[United_Kingdom]
Server = http://repo.manjaro.org.uk/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = http://www.mirrorservice.org/sites/repo.manjaro.org/repos/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = ftp://ftp.mirrorservice.org/sites/repo.manjaro.org/repos/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = http://mirror.catn.com/pub/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = ftp://mirror.catn.com/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch

[United_States]
Server = http://mirror.dacentec.com/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = http://spiralinear.org/manjaro/repo/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = http://www.gtlib.gatech.edu/pub/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = ftp://ftp.gtlib.gatech.edu/pub/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = http://mirror.jmu.edu/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch
Server = ftp://mirror.jmu.edu/manjaro/$branch/$repo/$arch
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: vinzv on 08. November 2012, 04:24:16
I'd like to offer another mirror:
100 Mbit, located at Germany (Hetzner data center), updated every 12h (6am/6pm).

Could you please add the IP (188.40.142.195) to your rsync whitelist?
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: philm on 08. November 2012, 16:25:22
@vinzv: thx for your support. Your server is on the white-list now.
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: tomva on 21. January 2013, 19:11:24
edit: send pm
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: ultima on 01. February 2013, 12:50:53
Thanx for the tutorial , used ot today , came in handy .
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: miguedrive on 21. February 2013, 04:17:41
I'm going to ask in some universities and linux-man centers :P. It would be grate to have a mirror in Argentine...
Thanks for HowTo philm :)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: ultima on 03. March 2013, 00:47:25
I guess it worked on my side for Canada , when I download Manji s newest Editions , it s mostly from iWeb in Canada .
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: fabdo on 06. March 2013, 09:16:37
for Germany: i made some inquiry on the TU (technic university) in braunschweig, hannover and hamburg.
i hope i will get positiv answers! :-)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: fabdo on 06. March 2013, 14:30:22
cool, the "TU-Braunschweig" answers me and gives us a new mirror in Germany!
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# Server = http://ftp.rz.tu-bs.de/pub/mirror/manjaro.org/repos/$repo/$archThanks to Martin Kubiak from https://www.tu-braunschweig.de/it
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: ultima on 06. March 2013, 14:34:56
Great job in there fabdo , keep it on man !
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: ruziel on 06. March 2013, 14:37:30
that's fab fabdo! great work - isn't it beautiful how much gracious giving there is in the world & now Manjaro will have a fresh mirror in Germany.

keep smiling.

R.
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: fabdo on 06. March 2013, 14:40:52
thanks! - yes absolutly great :-D its just so nice 8)

philm is informed and he will put it in the new mirrorlist!
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: ruziel on 06. March 2013, 15:22:05
fabdo rocks!  8)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: Robert Trance on 06. March 2013, 16:27:31
Going to do a research here which universities and companies could come to provide (as many do, especially TUs, for other distros, as i remember), and make contacts where ever possible
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: mips on 03. April 2013, 12:17:14
Why do you need the IP for a whitelist?
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: philm on 03. April 2013, 14:16:21
We only allow mirror servers to sync from our root-server. Otherwise our server would go down and we will loose the forum, homepage and other needed services. All our packages are available for End-Users only from our Mirror-Server-Framework.
Simply send me the IP of the server and we add it to the rsync-service. Otherwise we have also two tier1-servers with rsync service. Then the mirror might be slightly outdated by one day or so, depending how often the tier1-server syncs.
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: ringo on 02. May 2013, 23:25:15
hi,

why can you not make  a Proper list in Manjaro.org where users can link to it?

like in http://www.linuxmint.com/mirrors.php only the upperthing..

bit sort of how-to how to make a list or how to contact about it..

have found a mirror in bangladesh that mayby (?) will do it.. do sort off other distro´s too...


:)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: Warez on 05. May 2013, 17:25:00
+1  :)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: philm on 05. May 2013, 22:33:16
We plan to do that including the current sync state.
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: ringo on 08. May 2013, 09:55:04
Well i have find out some services has some build in contact form of Mirroring, so if people wanna look for mirroring also look at the contact email of mirrors@ or a mirror form. its handy to get the right department.

[idea] :)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: andre.vmatos on 10. May 2013, 22:55:49
Hi.
At the request of some brazillian users of Manjaro Linux, we set up a mirror for you in our mirror servers (Unicamp - State University of Campinas - SP - Brazil). If you want, please add our IP (143.106.60.118) to your whitelist and inform us so we can sync directly from your main mirror. We have 1Gbps link and above 7Tb disk space for mirrors. Initial sync is taking place just now. Addresses are:
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http://www.las.ic.unicamp.br/pub/manjarolinux/
ftp://ftp.las.ic.unicamp.br/pub/manjarolinux/
rsync://rsync.las.ic.unicamp.br/pub/manjarolinux/
And the main contact e-mail is my registered address in this forum.
Regards,
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: adrianhoohaha on 13. May 2013, 11:30:11
I've read somewhere that being near the location of the server doesn't mean that it's the fastest. this is proven by my /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist because greece was the fastest on my list with Time: 3.317 followed by Ireland then China with Time: 9.045 then Brazil. Greece is way further than China from the Philippines.
So what are other factors that determine the speed? I know for sure that internet connection is a factor. I wanna get something like blazing 0.something speed like most /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist posted on the forums.
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: Ayceman on 14. May 2013, 02:28:22
Distance, quality of the nation's network, and quality of the connection to said country are all factors.

Mine are:
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-> 1.923 http://manjaro.mirror.ac.za/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 3.856 ftp://manjaro.mirror.ac.za/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 2.352 http://mirrors.ispros.com.bd/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 3.823 ftp://mirrors.ispros.com.bd/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 1.880 http://manjaro.fis.unb.br/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 1.808 http://www.las.ic.unicamp.br/pub/manjarolinux/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 3.616 http://mirrors.ustc.edu.cn/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 0.610 http://manjarolinux.polymorf.fr/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 0.238 http://ftp.halifax.rwth-aachen.de/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 0.337 http://ftp.tu-chemnitz.de/pub/linux/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 0.374 http://ftp.rz.tu-bs.de/pub/mirror/manjaro.org/repos/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 0.506 http://ftp.cc.uoc.gr/mirrors/linux/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 0.631 http://ftp.heanet.ie/mirrors/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 1.776 ftp://ftp.heanet.ie/mirrors/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 0.996 ftp://ftp.nluug.nl/pub/os/Linux/distr/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 0.320 http://ftp.nluug.nl/pub/os/Linux/distr/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 0.040 http://mirrors.xservers.ro/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 0.038 http://mirrors.serverhost.ro/manjaro/packages/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 0.033 http://ftp.lug.ro/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> unreachable http://free.twaren.net/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> unreachable http://free.nchc.org.tw/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 0.318 http://repo.manjaro.org.uk/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 0.984 http://mirror.dacentec.com/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 1.436 http://spiralinear.org/manjaro/repo/stable/$repo/$arch
[/spoiler]

Your connection quality is also a factor obviously.
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: oriolfa on 16. May 2013, 14:34:07
Hi, I'm asking for mirroring in Spain to:
Hopefully we'll have a mirror in Spain soon...  :)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: philm on 16. May 2013, 21:57:14
Simply check if they mirror Archlinux already. Most of the packages are the same. flashplugin is on our mirrors such as nvidia and libcss.
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: ringo on 22. May 2013, 11:45:26
phill check pm, confirm you have whitelisted before i reconfirm to belnet :)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: philm on 27. May 2013, 18:06:01
I whitelisted it already...
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: rifsta on 28. May 2013, 10:28:27
I've already started sending emails to bunch of universities and companies here in Australia. With any luck, we may have our first Australian mirror(s).  ;D
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: handy on 05. June 2013, 11:07:56
There is now a wiki page on Manjaro Mirrors, to be found here:

http://wiki.manjaro.org/index.php?title=Manjaro_Mirrors

Let me know where I got it wrong?
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: Shadow Warrior on 05. June 2013, 18:51:26
It looks good to me Handy  ..well done
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: ringo on 06. June 2013, 00:40:37
handy you are special :)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: aaditya on 12. September 2013, 08:08:11
Just sent a request to ppk@cse.iitk.ac.in , (http://cse.iitk.ac.in/ (http://cse.iitk.ac.in/)) for hosting the Manjaro mirror in the format specified by Phil http://wiki.manjaro.org/index.php?title=Manjaro_Mirrors (http://wiki.manjaro.org/index.php?title=Manjaro_Mirrors)
They are already hosting arch.https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/15650 (https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/15650)
lets see how it goes :)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: egon0 on 27. December 2013, 22:56:33
Hi,

i've setup a mirror some weeks ago :)

repositories:
http://mirror.netzspielplatz.de/manjaro/packages/

updated hourly via rsync from rsync://ftp.halifax.rwth-aachen.de


i also mirror the install medias from sourceforge ;)
http://mirror.netzspielplatz.de/manjaro/iso/

updated hourly via rsync from heanet.dl.sourceforge.net::sourceforge/m/ma/manjarolinux/

location is Falkenstein/Germany (Hetzner Datacenter)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: finndev on 12. May 2014, 16:44:38
Hello,

I've setup a mirror for Manjaro aswell.
Link: http://mirror.finn.lu/manjaro/

Updated every 10 minutes from rsync://ftp.rz.tu-bs.de/pub/mirror/manjaro.org/repos/.

Connected to a 10 GE port.
Location is Roubaix, France (OVH Colocation)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: ringo on 12. May 2014, 16:49:53
Hello,

I've setup a mirror for Manjaro aswell.
Link: http://mirror.finn.lu/manjaro/

Updated every 10 minutes from rsync://ftp.rz.tu-bs.de/pub/mirror/manjaro.org/repos/.

Connected to a 10 GE port.
Location is Roubaix, France (OVH Colocation)
hi http://mirror.netzspielplatz.de/manjaro/packages  this mirror is better. also... see repo.manjaro.org this mirror sync every 5min

i dont know when this get added is over few weeks when phill comes back..
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: finndev on 13. May 2014, 18:27:28
Hello ringo32 and thanks for your answer,

how do you determine if one mirror is better than another mirror? If you determine it by the update frequency, I did changed that to 5 minutes aswell.

Ping from Hamburg, Germany:
My mirror: 64 bytes from 94.23.144.4: icmp_req=1 ttl=60 time=24.1 ms
His mirror: 64 bytes from 144.76.72.180: icmp_req=1 ttl=60 time=26.8 ms

Ping from Gravelines, France:
My mirror: 64 bytes from 94.23.144.4: icmp_req=1 ttl=60 time=12.1 ms
His mirror: 64 bytes from 144.76.72.180: icmp_req=1 ttl=60 time=18.4 ms

Ping from Amsterdam, Netherlands:
My mirror: 64 bytes from 94.23.144.4: icmp_req=1 ttl=60 time=17.8 ms
His mirror: 64 bytes from 144.76.72.180: icmp_req=1 ttl=60 time=14.4 ms

Pings are nearly the same. For users from France, my mirror is even faster.

Let me know if you want me to change anything or need any further informations.
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: Verändert2.0 on 13. May 2014, 18:39:52
Hi and thanks for that mirror. Philm is away at the moment so we won't be able to integrate your mirror at the moment for a week or two i'm afraid. I'll see what i can do.
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: ringo on 13. May 2014, 19:03:19
Hello ringo32 and thanks for your answer,

how do you determine if one mirror is better than another mirror? If you determine it by the update frequency, I did changed that to 5 minutes aswell.

Ping from Hamburg, Germany:
My mirror: 64 bytes from 94.23.144.4: icmp_req=1 ttl=60 time=24.1 ms
His mirror: 64 bytes from 144.76.72.180: icmp_req=1 ttl=60 time=26.8 ms

Ping from Gravelines, France:
My mirror: 64 bytes from 94.23.144.4: icmp_req=1 ttl=60 time=12.1 ms
His mirror: 64 bytes from 144.76.72.180: icmp_req=1 ttl=60 time=18.4 ms

Ping from Amsterdam, Netherlands:
My mirror: 64 bytes from 94.23.144.4: icmp_req=1 ttl=60 time=17.8 ms
His mirror: 64 bytes from 144.76.72.180: icmp_req=1 ttl=60 time=14.4 ms

Pings are nearly the same. For users from France, my mirror is even faster.

Let me know if you want me to change anything or need any further informations.
mirror i send is very handy since you sinc about 10 minutes.  that mirror sync about 5 minutes its in line of your ;) but if you focus on connection speed to the tear1 mirror as example you looking for most mirrors Synces around 4 to 6 hours depend on an mirror.
http://mirror.netzspielplatz.de/manjaro/packages is also in germany. Mirror you focussed seems to have bit problem philm can fix after it.. when he get back offcoursE.

netspielpltaz syncs every 5 minutes :) France also nice but thats mostly in hours i thought 4 ..
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: philm on 14. May 2014, 22:09:05
I'm currently in India. Rob and Joshua have the same rights to include new mirrors into our mirrorlist we provide in our core-repositories. The mirror netzspielplatz is already part of it: https://github.com/manjaro/pacman-mirrors/blob/master/data/mirrors/Germany
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: finndev on 16. May 2014, 13:27:44
Is it also possible to get access to the rsync server rsync://repo.manjaro.org/repos so my mirror can sync even faster?
Static IP: 94.23.144.4

Thanks!
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: mirror_net_in on 21. May 2014, 11:09:42
Hey All,

We were requested to get a new mirror online for the manjaro distro, and we have one currently going under sync.
will be available in some time at the following address

http://manjaro.mirror.net.in (IPv4 & IPv6 enabled)
rsync://manjaro.mirror.net.in/manjaro (IPv4 & IPv6 enabled) (Updated)


We are located in Mumbai, India.
The servers are hosted at Honesty Net Solutions (I) Pvt Ltd. ( http://www.hns.net.in )

Cheers !!
Mirroring Team
mirror.net.in
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: ringo on 21. May 2014, 11:16:38
Hey All,

We were requested to get a new mirror online for the manjaro distro, and we have one currently going under sync.
will be available in some time at the following address

http://manjaro.mirror.net.in (IPv4 & IPv6 enabled)
rsync can be enabled if required

We are located in Mumbai, India.
The servers are hosted at Honesty Net Solutions (I) Pvt Ltd. ( http://www.hns.net.in )

Cheers !!
Mirroring Team
mirror.net.in

Rsync might be needed :)

this is a good server and not so far from you, it is an Tear1 mirror :

http://mirror.yandex.ru/mirrors/manjaro

set here the complete list then is ok. it will put intoo
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: sammy8806 on 19. August 2014, 06:28:47
Hey,

i'm also setup an mirror some weeks ago:

Here are the specs:
http://mirror.intercolo.net/manjaro
ftp://mirror.intercolo.net/manjaro
rsync://mirror.intercolo.net::manjaro
smb://mirror.intercolo.net/public/manjaro
nfs://mirror.intercolo.net/srv/mirror/web/manjaro

Could you please add the IPs (v4/v6) to the whitelist?
The renew-time is every 6 hours

Actually we're syncing from ftp.halifax.rwth-aachen.de but i would change to the direct servers

Greetings
Steven
Title: mirror.netcologne.de is now mirroring manjaro
Post by: crohmann on 24. December 2014, 12:01:15
Hey all,

I maintain mirror.netcologne.de. Yesterday I set up mirroring from rsync.mirrorservice.org, the files are now available at:

 http://mirror.netcologne.de/manjaro
 ftp://mirror.netcologne.de/manjaro
 rsync://mirror.netcologne.de/manjaro

The box itself has 4 Gbit/s of IPv4+IPv6 uplink, our network is very well connected via peerings and upstreams.


Could you please add our mirror to your list, so it can be easily found by folks that it's useful to.
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: finndev on 10. February 2015, 14:43:47
Hello,

I recently started to get issues with mirroring the Manjaro Repo.

I am syncing from mirror.netzspielplatz.de and I am mirror.finn.lu.

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mirror@mirror:~# rsync rsync://mirror.netzspielplatz.de/manjaro-repo
Module             | Content and size
-------------------+----------------------------------------------

@ERROR: max connections (5) reached -- try again later

I am now mirroring from mirror.netcologne.de, however I wish my mirror would be more up to date.

rsync://mirror.finn.lu
ftp://mirror.finn.lu
http://mirror.finn.lu

Anything possible?
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: bigeagle on 03. April 2015, 13:36:33
Hi, I'm the admin of TUNA mirror site. We've recently set up a mirror for manjaro.
The URL of our site is http://mirrors.tuna.tsinghua.edu.cn/manjaro/ and our upstream is mirror.yandex.ru

We have 10,000Mbps IPv6 and 100Mbps IPv4 connection. We wish to be in the mirrorlist :)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: cedia on 07. May 2015, 05:01:52
hi, Im Ernesto Pérez from Ecuador. We have setup the rsync process to sync manjaro for our 3 mirror servers down here, cedia server will sync every 6 hours from unicamp.br and the other two will rsync from cedia.

300mbps - IPv4/IPv6 - [http|rsync|ftp]://mirror.cedia.org.ec/manjaro/
300mbps- IPv4 - [http|rsync|ftp]://mirror.uta.edu.ec/manjaro/
100mbps- IPv4/IPv6 - [http|rsync|ftp]://mirror.espoch.edu.ec/manjaro/

if possible help us to access the main mirror for speeding up the mirroring process.
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: Holmes on 07. May 2015, 05:14:43
hi Ernesto, today (06-05-15) sent the email to you about the mirror Manjaro. thank you for the availability to host in the Manjaro of you server.

muchas gracias... ;)

vlw fwi, Holmes :)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: Lukimya on 07. May 2015, 08:05:34
A word of praise. I use the Swedish mirrors and they are outstanding. fast, always synced and super reliable. Wohoo! 8)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: Holmes on 07. May 2015, 22:56:31
hi, Im Ernesto Pérez from Ecuador. We have setup the rsync process to sync manjaro for our 3 mirror servers down here, cedia server will sync every 6 hours from unicamp.br and the other two will rsync from cedia.

300mbps - IPv4/IPv6 - [http|rsync|ftp]://mirror.cedia.org.ec/manjaro/
300mbps- IPv4 - [http|rsync|ftp]://mirror.uta.edu.ec/manjaro/
100mbps- IPv4/IPv6 - [http|rsync|ftp]://mirror.espoch.edu.ec/manjaro/

if possible help us to access the main mirror for speeding up the mirroring process.

hello @Ernesto Pérez, is there any problem with synchronization in http://mirror.cedia.org.ec/manjaro/? see image

(http://wstaw.org/m/2015/05/07/mirror.png)

any problem notify us!

vlw fwi, Holmes :)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: Holmes on 13. May 2015, 01:51:27
mirrors Ecuador in http://repo.manjaro.org/, here

(http://wstaw.org/m/2015/05/13/ecuador.png)

vlw fwi, Holmes :)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: rkokkelk on 05. June 2015, 14:26:31
hi, Im Roy Kokkelkoren van the Netherlands. My student association has set up a mirror for Manjaro. It syncs every 6 hours with ftp.halifax.rwth-aachen.de. I therefore would like to be added to the mirrorlist.

1000mbps - IPv4/IPv6 - [http|rsync|ftp]://ftp.snt.utwente.nl/pub/linux/manjaro/
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: Holmes on 05. June 2015, 15:13:44
hi, Im Roy Kokkelkoren van the Netherlands. My student association has set up a mirror for Manjaro. It syncs every 6 hours with ftp.halifax.rwth-aachen.de. I therefore would like to be added to the mirrorlist.

1000mbps - IPv4/IPv6 - [http|rsync|ftp]://ftp.snt.utwente.nl/pub/linux/manjaro/

thank you @Roy for hosting the Manjaro. sends an mp to the philm requesting the inclusion of the Netherlands mirror.

vlw fwi, Holmes :)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: rkokkelk on 29. June 2015, 17:27:04
Hi,

I've mentioned the fact that my student association has created a new Manjaro mirror. However, it been some weeks later and I still do not see it as an official mirror, (using http://repo.manjaro.org/ as a reference). Is there anything that I still need to do in order for Manjaro to use as an offical mirror,  [http|rsync|ftp]://ftp.snt.utwente.nl/pub/linux/manjaro/.

p.s. I do not know if it is immediately relevant, but the server has a 10Gbps connection instead of a 1Gbps.
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: BreoganGal on 11. July 2015, 03:44:03
New mirror "http://mirror.lignux.com/manjaro/packages/ (http://mirror.lignux.com/manjaro/packages/)" in France, Europe.

Each time (specifically at XX: 15) is actuliza, we have available stable version unestable, testing and.

PD. Offered by the Association LiGNUx (Spain)
http://lignux.com/ (http://lignux.com/)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: Holmes on 13. July 2015, 01:06:08
New mirror "http://mirror.lignux.com/manjaro/packages/ (http://mirror.lignux.com/manjaro/packages/)" in France, Europe.

Each time (specifically at XX: 15) is actuliza, we have available stable version unestable, testing and.

PD. Offered by the Association LiGNUx (Spain)
http://lignux.com/ (http://lignux.com/)

great... ;D, one more server for Manjaro. thank @BreoganGal for hosting...;D!

que bien más un mirror para Manjaro...

vlw fwi, Holmes :)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: papajoke on 13. July 2015, 01:12:25
New mirror "http://mirror.lignux.com/manjaro/packages/ (http://mirror.lignux.com/manjaro/packages/)" in France
Merci  :D gracias LiGNUx
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: risesysad on 21. July 2015, 10:32:39
We would like to apply for Manjaro's official mirror. Here's the details of our server:

HTTP URL: http://mirror.rise.ph/manjaro (http://mirror.rise.ph/manjaro)
FTP URL: ftp://mirror.rise.ph/manjaro (ftp://mirror.rise.ph/manjaro)
Location: Cebu, Philippines
Sync schedule: Every 6 hrs
Bandwidth: 100Mbps CIR, 1Gbps PIR
Upstream: rsync://ftp.tsukuba.wide.ad.jp/manjaro

Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: philm on 22. July 2015, 22:03:45
@risesysad: thx mate: https://github.com/manjaro/pacman-mirrors/commit/f41ad0fd535e92c363de5038f25c954dd749f0b4
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: dietr1ch on 31. October 2015, 18:53:03
I have a mirror for Chile (=

HTTP URL: http://doge.ing.puc.cl/Mirrors/Manjaro/ (http://doge.ing.puc.cl/Mirrors/Manjaro/)
Location: Santiago, Chile
Sync schedule: Every 4 hrs
Upstream: rsync://rsync.las.ic.unicamp.br/pub/manjarolinux/
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: Holmes on 31. October 2015, 19:30:08
great... ;D, one more server for Manjaro. thank @dietr1ch for hosting...;D!

vlw fwi, Holmes :)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: dietr1ch on 31. October 2015, 22:50:25
great... ;D, one more server for Manjaro. thank @dietr1ch for hosting...;D!

vlw fwi, Holmes :)

Am I supposed to serve signed databases?

When using DatabaseRequired SigLevel on pacman it fails to get the signatures because I don't have them.
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: philm on 31. October 2015, 23:10:36
Please use:

Code: [Select]
SigLevel    = Required DatabaseOptional
boxit doesn't sign our databases yet.
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: m4rkus on 20. November 2015, 09:39:37
Hi,

I'd like to offer a mirror in Germany in Strato Datacenter.

Could you please add the IP (85.214.92.202/) to your rsync whitelist?

-- M4rkus --
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: philm on 20. November 2015, 21:45:53
Hi M4rkus, I whitelisted your IP now.
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: pvelati on 16. December 2015, 09:52:34
Hi philm,
I'm Paolo Velati from GARR, Italy. We are re-organizing our Mirror server infrastructure, in particular we are migrating these servers:

mirror1.mirror.garr.it (alias bo.mirror.garr.it) - hosted in Rome, IT
mirror2.mirror.garr.it (alias na.mirror.garr.it) - hosted in Rome, IT
mirror3.mirror.garr.it (alias mi.mirror.garr.it, rm.mirror.garr.it) - hosted in Milan, IT

to:

ba.mirror.garr.it (90.147.160.69) - hosted in Bari, IT

    HTTP: http://ba.mirror.garr.it/mirrors/manjaro/
    FTP: ftp://ba.mirror.garr.it/mirrors/manjaro/
    RSYNC: ba.mirror.garr.it::manjaro

ct.mirror.garr.it (90.147.164.69) - hosted in Catania, IT

    HTTP: http://ct.mirror.garr.it/mirrors/manjaro/
    FTP: ftp://ct.mirror.garr.it/mirrors/manjaro/
    RSYNC: ct.mirror.garr.it::manjaro

Currently, both old and new servers are up and active, but in order to complete migration and continue to mirror up-to-date Manjaro packages, we would be grateful if you add ba.mirror.garr.it and ct.mirror.garr.it in your IP whitelist.
For any further information you could contact us at mirror-service@garr.it

Thank you in advance for your attention
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: philm on 16. December 2015, 11:26:38
@pvelati: your IPs are now whitelisted.
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: pvelati on 16. December 2015, 11:51:31
@philm
Thank you  ;)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: gericom on 03. February 2016, 17:57:05
Soon we gonna have and Bulgarian mirror. I am in negotiation with few companies. I hope they will agree :)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: Spelaea on 09. February 2016, 20:49:41
Hello,

I have a public manjaro linux repository set up. It is updated every 6 hours (0 am, 6 am, 12 am, 6 pm) and connected with 1 Gbit/s (Hetzner, Germany).

The repository is available at:
HTTPS: https://repo.rhindon.net/manjaro (IPv4 and IPv6)

The rsync server is temporarily out of commision - sorry about that.

The IP address of the server is: 176.9.44.182


All the best,
Spelaea

Edit: Corrected the time, there is no "18 pm" ;)
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: cedia on 26. April 2016, 13:00:33
hi
rsync://rsync.las.ic.unicamp.br/pub/manjarolinux/ is not listing manjaro as a public repo.

however it is listed here https://wiki.manjaro.org/index.php?title=Manjaro_Mirrors as the place we should use to rsync from as we are in south america.

This is the reason our mirror.cedia.org.ec server was being listed as out of date, because it can't sync from the listed source.

We are currently syncsing from another mirror but we are still listed as state "unknown"

Is there a way we could use a more trusted source for mirroring from?
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: philm on 26. April 2016, 21:17:40
Yes, you can use the repo.manjaro.org service. Therefore I need your IP to whitelist it on my server:

Code: [Select]
It is always recommend to sync from the nearest location. To sync from our own manjaro.org server we need the IP of your server so it can be white-listed at our end. Please mail Philip Mueller directly. There is a recommended script for use with our server, so please contact the Manjaro administration in this regard.
then you can use this script (https://github.com/manjaro/boxit/blob/master/manjaroreposync).
Title: Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
Post by: cedia on 26. April 2016, 22:15:36
good, my IPv4 are:
190.15.141.36
201.218.5.10
200.93.227.165
190.96.111.43

My IPv6 are:
2800:68:0:1:0:ced1:b:1
2800:68:a:7101::8

thanks
epe