[Systems] mirror testing request
dfarning at sugarlabs.org
Mon Sep 21 15:35:02 EDT 2009
Is there a cacheboy status page to monitor the health of the network?
Could you put a page on the wiki describing how the cacheboy network
interacts with the Sugar Labs infrastructure?
I am specifically interested in using the mirror network to handle
A.SL.O downloads. The work flow from A.SL.O pov is:
1. New or upgraded activity is uploaded via web interface to a dir on
sunjammer. At this point, the new file is in the 'sandbox.'
2. An editor Approves the new activity or upgrade. At this point the
new file is 'approved.'
3. A.SL.O automatically copies the local file to the download server.
4. Once the copy on the download server is verified good, all internal
links to the file point to the download server. (A slight caveat is
that whenever you are logged in as an editor or developer you pull
from the sunjammer)
--Currently sunjammer is set up as the download server so the sandbox
and approved directory point to the same place on sunjammer.
On Mon, Sep 21, 2009 at 11:54 AM, Sascha Silbe
<sascha-ml-ui-sugar-systems at silbe.org> wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 21, 2009 at 09:10:31AM -0700, Ivan Krsti? wrote:
>>> download.sugarlabs.org 105 ms 17 hops 90% ok ( 9/10)
>> can you also poke download2.sugarlabs.org, for comparison?
> sugarlabs.cdn.cacheboy.net 22 ms 12 hops 100% ok (10/10) [
> ftp.de.debian.org 18 ms 15 hops 90% ok ( 9/10) [
> download.sugarlabs.org 103 ms 17 hops 90% ok ( 9/10) [
> download2.sugarlabs.org 105 ms 17 hops 80% ok ( 8/10) [
> download2.sugarlabs.org: 1.41 MB/s for SoaS3-200909132138.iso
> The lost packets are probably due to some ICMP rate filter on the university
> CU Sascha
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