|date||:||Tue Jun 27 19:13:03 2017 (UTC)|
|last check||:||Tue Jun 27 19:13:03 2017 (UTC)|
(By the way, rsync is supported in the mirmon distribution, as of version 1.39, released 24dec09.)
cz si us
9 sites in 3 regions 0 bad -- 1 older than 2.2 days -- 0 unreachable for more than 5 hours last probes : 9 were ok mean mirror age is 4.2 days, std_dev 11.7 days, median 2 hours texlive-pretest site -- home type mirror age,
last stat Czech Republic ftp.cstug.cz @ ftp 16 hours renewed ok ftp.cstug.cz @ http 16 hours renewed ok ftp.cstug.cz::pub/tex/local/tlpretest @ rsync 16 hours renewed ok Slovenia ctan.ijs.si @ http 31 minutes renewed ok ctan.ijs.si::mirror/tlpretest @ rsync 31 minutes renewed ok United States mirror.hmc.edu @ http 35.4 days renewed ok ftp.math.utah.edu @ ftp 2 hours renewed ok ftp.math.utah.edu::tlpretest @ rsync 2 hours renewed ok www.math.utah.edu @ http 2 hours renewed ok
project site is an url. The href is the href for the site in the list of mirrors, usually the root of the mirrored file tree. The text is the site of that url.
home (represented by the @-symbol) is an url pointing to the document root of the site. This pointer is useful if the project site url is invalid, possibly because the mirror site moved the archive.
Indicates the type (ftp or http) of the project site and home urls.
The mirror age is based upon the last successful probe.
Once a day the status of a mirror site is determined. The status (represented by a colored block) is appended to the right of the status history (right is recent). More precise, the status block is appended if the last status block was appended 24 (or more) hours ago.
The status of a mirror depends on its age and a few configuration parameters :
status age this project in general min max min max fresh 0 1d + 4h 0 min_sync + max_poll oldish 1d + 4h 2d + 4h min_sync + max_poll max_sync + max_poll old 2d + 4h ∞ max_sync + max_poll ∞ bad the site or mirror tree was never found
Last probe indicates when the last successful probe was made. Probe stats gives the probe history (right is recent). A probe is either a success or a failure.
Last stat gives the status of the last probe.
hours ago succ fail 9 successful, 0 failed 0 9 0