On Fri, Apr 13, 2018 at 11:14 AM Adrian Reber <adr...@lisas.de> wrote:
> > I would like to change the setup of our mirror crawler and just wanted > to mention my planned changes here before working on them. > > Currently we have two VMs which are crawling our mirrors. Each of the > machine is responsible for one half of the active mirrors. The crawl > starts every 12 hours on the first crawler and 6 hours later on the > second crawler. So every 6 hours one crawler is accessing the database. > > Currently most of the crawling time is not spent crawling but updating > the database about which host has which directory up to date. With a > timeout of 4 hours per host we are hitting that timeout on some hosts > regularly and most of the time the database access is the problem. > > What I would like to change is to crawl each category (Fedora Linux, > Fedora Other, Fedora EPEL, Fedora Secondary Arches, Fedora Archive) > separately and at different times and intervals. > > We would not hit the timeout as often as now as only the information for > a single category has to be updated. We could scan 'Fedora Archive' only > once per day or every second day. We can scan 'Fedora EPEL' much more > often as it is usually really fast and get better data about the > available mirrors. > > My goal would be to distribute the scanning in such a way to decrease > the load on the database and to decrease the cases of mirror > auto-deactivation due to slow database accesses. > > Let me know if you think that these planned changes are the wrong > direction of if you have other ideas how to improve the mirror crawling. > These look like a good way to deal with the fact that we have a lot of data and files and mirrors nd users get confused about how up to date they are. Would more VM’s help spread this out also? > Adrian > _______________________________________________ > infrastructure mailing list -- email@example.com > To unsubscribe send an email to > infrastructure-le...@lists.fedoraproject.org > -- Stephen J Smoogen.
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