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Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
« Reply #60 on: 31. October 2015, 19:30:08 »
great... ;D, one more server for Manjaro. thank @dietr1ch for hosting...;D!

vlw fwi, Holmes :)


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Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
« Reply #61 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.

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Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
« Reply #62 on: 31. October 2015, 23:10:36 »
Please use:

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SigLevel    = Required DatabaseOptional
boxit doesn't sign our databases yet.

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Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
« Reply #63 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?

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« Last Edit: 20. November 2015, 21:01:42 by m4rkus »

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Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
« Reply #64 on: 20. November 2015, 21:45:53 »
Hi M4rkus, I whitelisted your IP now.

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Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
« Reply #65 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

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Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
« Reply #66 on: 16. December 2015, 11:26:38 »
@pvelati: your IPs are now whitelisted.

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Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
« Reply #67 on: 16. December 2015, 11:51:31 »
@philm
Thank you  ;)

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Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
« Reply #68 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 :)
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Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
« Reply #69 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" ;)
« Last Edit: 17. February 2016, 20:58:28 by Spelaea »

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Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
« Reply #70 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?

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Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
« Reply #71 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:

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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.

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Re: [How-To] Getting new mirrors.
« Reply #72 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
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