[Systems] What happened to the mirror? (Was [Systems-logs] Cron <root at sunjammer> test -x /usr/sbin/anacron || ( cd / && run-parts --report /etc/cron.weekly ))
sam.parkinson3 at gmail.com
Sun Mar 6 04:56:14 EST 2016
On Sun, Mar 6, 2016 at 5:47 PM, Cron Daemon <root at sugarlabs.org> wrote:
> bash: asn_import: command not found
This cron error message hides that mirrorbrain isn't running at all
now. See this in
1) appending ".mirrorlist" to a download.sugarlabs.org URL now gives a
404 (should show a list of mirrors and file metadata)
2) our MirrorMon  (which uses data from mirrorbrain) now shows that
there are no mirrors. This is a lie, arrnet's still mirroring us 
Upon further investigation, it doesn't seem to be even set up properly:
1) "sudo -u mirrorbrain mb" (mb is mirrorbrain config tool) -> "sudo:
mb: command not found"
2) from apt.sources.list "#bernie: mirrorbrain no longer supported on
So, any preferences for a plan of action? So far, I can think of:
1) Compile it from source. MirrorBrain moves slowly, so my old tut
about this is still up to date . But this feels so dirty and bad.
2) Use a Debian 8 docker container. The mirror brain repos 
include packages for it, so it is just a package manager install in
that respect. We can base it off the official docker apache images,
which use debian jessie.
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