I am using apt-mirror to create a local Ubuntu mirror. It does succeed in downloading files from another mirror (there's about a couple gigabytes each week), but never removing anything or indicates files that can be deleted.
I'm building a yum mirror on Oracle Enterprise Linux, which is a fork of RHEL. I'm using uln-yum-mirror to create and maintain the mirror. In the Yum client, more specifically in /etc/yum.conf there is a throttle setting.
Is there a like feature in /etc/sysconfig/uln-yum-mirror? If so, what is the syntax for using it?
I've got a new machine with two 750G drives. I did a fresh install of F12 using the default disk layout on one of the drives. Now I'm trying to mirror the drive. I've figured out how to mirror /boot with mdadm. Now I'm trying to mirror the main filesystem using lvm.
I've done a new mirror request some time ago and I would like to know what is blocking my mirror to be added to the list,
Here are the pending review url of my mirror,
Ingénieur Systèmes & Rése
Linux Deepin never forgets to improve its experience for users in China as it is striving to provide a better operating system for people around the world. Apart from a number of mirrors that already exists, another new mirror located China is added to our mirror list.