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Sulfur, low priority to the official mirror

Postby ReckouNT » Fri May 06, 2011 16:56

When i trying to set a higest priority to a official sabayon repository, it actually got changed to the lowest. Is that supposed to be?

Also, a cross-view of python entropy sources confirmed my suggestions. But unfortunately, i'm too nooby in python to fix it.
So, could sabayon devs fix it? :|

Sorry for my probably bad eng.
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Re: Sulfur, low priority to the official mirror

Postby Fitzcarraldo » Fri May 06, 2011 17:00

How are you trying to set the priority?

Have you used the following command?:

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equo repo mirrorsort sabayonlinux.org
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Re: Sulfur, low priority to the official mirror

Postby Fitzcarraldo » Fri May 06, 2011 17:19

ReckouNT wrote:Also, a cross-view of python entropy sources confirmed my suggestions. But unfortunately, i'm too nooby in python to fix it.
So, could sabayon devs fix it?

If you are sure it's a bug in the Entropy code then please file a bug report (see the link Bugs at the top of this page). Thanks.

EDIT: Ah, I've just remembered that lxnay did this on purpose. See his blog post User laziness impact on infrastructures and the comments on it.
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Re: Sulfur, low priority to the official mirror

Postby ReckouNT » Sat May 07, 2011 2:17

Fitzcarraldo wrote:See his blog post User laziness impact on infrastructures and the comments on it.


http://lxnay.wordpress.com/2011/01/26/193/ wrote:This is what happens when you are not enough paranoid on bandwidth management and monitoring. Especially when you forget that users are lazy, and ignore that consuming bandwidth downloading 10 packages simultaneously from pkg.sabayon.org (our fallback Entropy mirror, main source of fresh pkgs when slave mirrors are still syncing) can have serious impact on our costs.

That's why I get updates from official server. I actually can't wait until the twenty packets will trying to update from mirrors, when i install fresh update. Seems it's more easily to delete all mirrors, except pkg.sabayon.org, only to get fresh update.

In other cases, i will update from mirrors, but i'm too lazy to delete\add\update repo mirrors -_-

http://lxnay.wordpress.com/2011/01/26/193/ wrote:Every time you download a package from pkg.sabayon.org, a kitten dies.

It seems that I have killed ~230 kittens
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Re: Sulfur, low priority to the official mirror

Postby ReckouNT » Sat May 07, 2011 4:45

entropy.git version of mirrors.py, and some other files does not match with my version...
Can't fix without fresh git. Sulfur console output

Upd: So, while i don't fix it yet, i will download big packages from repo :pirat:
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Re: Sulfur, low priority to the official mirror

Postby Fitzcarraldo » Sat May 07, 2011 13:25

You're not going to be popular with the developer if you force the official repository to have the highest priority, and you purposely avoid using the mirrors.
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Re: Sulfur, low priority to the official mirror

Postby albfneto » Sun May 08, 2011 1:07

you "priorized" the mirror in the repositories.conf file? In Sabayon the first mirror used, is the last in the list...

i also have in mind that you not have a Bug im Entropy, but instead you have problem in python.Is the cause sulfur not opens.
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Re: Sulfur, low priority to the official mirror

Postby Thev00d00 » Sun May 08, 2011 19:49

USE THE MIRRORS!

Seriously. Either that or we may have to remove public access to pkg.sabayon.org.

We have mirrors for a reason. :twisted:
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Re: Sulfur, low priority to the official mirror

Postby albfneto » Mon May 09, 2011 17:34

reckouNT.

Please, use the normal repository.conf file, or choose, set a mirror nearest to you localization!

The Sabayon mirrors are excelent, updated, fully syncronized
Is better to use the mirrors.
Ex. I lives in Brazil. 3 months ago, i asked Brazilian Universities and asked for nem mirrors,
and the Brazilian mirrors were made...

Now, I use the "normal", "regular" repositories. conf file,normal mirrors, with the Brazilian
Mirrors setted as main mirrors.!

Is you Russian? This is the adress of Russia Federation mirror:

http://mirror.agooga.ru/Linux/sabayonlinux/entropy/



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Re: Sulfur, low priority to the official mirror

Postby ReckouNT » Fri May 13, 2011 2:49

Thev00d00 wrote:USE THE MIRRORS!

Seriously. Either that or we may have to remove public access to pkg.sabayon.org.

We have mirrors for a reason. :twisted:


I know that, and agree this.
But using mirrors should not be forcibly, if user choosed pkg.sabayon.org as a primary mirror, it should be used as a primary mirror.
And until it's not fixed, i will use pkg.sabayon.org -_-
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