[Systems] mirror testing request
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Mon Sep 21 16:29:17 EDT 2009
On Mon, 2009-09-21 at 14:35 -0500, David Farning wrote:
> Thanks Marten
> Is there a cacheboy status page to monitor the health of the network?
nope, currently only monitor my link to cacheboy,
Generally it is one hour behind our mirror.
> Could you put a page on the wiki describing how the cacheboy network
> interacts with the Sugar Labs infrastructure?
It does not interact it is one way ticket (rsyncs from download@)
> I am specifically interested in using the mirror network to handle
> A.SL.O downloads. The work flow from A.SL.O pov is:
What is A.SL.O ?
> 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)
I don't see how is relating to mirroring from download@ ( but may
understand your question.
> --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?
> > Sure:
> > sugarlabs.cdn.cacheboy.net 22 ms 12 hops 100% ok (10/10) [
> > 48]
> > ftp.de.debian.org 18 ms 15 hops 90% ok ( 9/10) [
> > 50]
> > download.sugarlabs.org 103 ms 17 hops 90% ok ( 9/10) [
> > 310]
> > download2.sugarlabs.org 105 ms 17 hops 80% ok ( 8/10) [
> > 353]
> > 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
> > network.
> > CU Sascha
> > --
> > http://sascha.silbe.org/
> > http://www.infra-silbe.de/
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