Thanks. Considering the size and connectivity of our mirror, would it be
useful to add our mirror to the ftp.us rotation? What would you need for
On Mon, Sep 12, 2016 at 10:43:43AM -0400, Donald Norwood wrote:
> Hi Faidon,
> Thank you for your support and for mirroring Debian.
> Your mirror has been added to the official Debian mirrors list.
> To set up push mirroring, consult the master list for a mirror that you
> feel would be best suited for you considering distance, speed, etc...
> then reach out to that mirror admin and they will help you set it up.
> Best regards,
> Donald Norwood
> -Debian Mirrors Team
> On Thu, 08 Sep 2016 16:03:42 +0000 "Faidon Liambotis"
> <n...@wikimedia.org> wrote:
> > Package: mirrors
> > Severity: wishlist
> > User: mirr...@packages.debian.org
> > Usertags: mirror-submission
> > Submission-Type: new
> > Site: mirrors.wikimedia.org
> > Type: leaf
> > Archive-architecture: ALL amd64 arm64 armel armhf hurd-i386 i386
> kfreebsd-amd64 kfreebsd-i386 mips mips64el mipsel powerpc ppc64el s390x
> > Archive-http: /debian/
> > IPv6: yes
> > Archive-upstream: ftp2.us.debian.org
> > Updates: four
> > Maintainer: Faidon Liambotis <n...@wikimedia.org>
> > Country: US United States
> > Location: Ashburn, VA, USA
> > Sponsor: Wikimedia Foundation https://wikimediafoundation.org/
> > Comment: Newly procured dedicated mirror box. Currently mirroring
> Debian, Ubuntu and Tails; ~8-9TB of disk space still free. Lots of RAM,
> HW RAID, 10Gbps NIC, connected on the multi-10G Wikimedia backbone with
> no restrictions. Operated by the Wikimedia operations team, with 4 DDs
> among it (Faidon Liambotis, Filippo Giunchendi, Moritz MÃ¼hlenhoff,
> Emanuele Rocca). Public stats.
> > Currently not a push mirror -- I'd like your help on that. Also no FTP
> (is it still needed? weasel said no) and no rsync right now. We're also
> not mirroring debian-cd/debian-archive at the moment, unsure how to do
> that yet.
> > Happy to do all of the above and/or more if needed, as long as it
> makes sense for Debian. Ping me on IRC (paravoid) for anything.
> --Donald Norwood