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On 4/12/2013 9:20 AM, Paul Wise wrote:
> Hi all,
> At $work we're currently using cloudfront.d.n for the Debian mirror on
> our EC2 servers. Are there any per-region Debian mirrors, as Ubuntu has?
> We would prefer for our EC2 servers to only connect locally.
Hm, looks like my earlier reply didn't go to the list, so lets try that again....
I started setting this up, but turned out that using cloudfront was cheaper - with the side effect of not being restircted to just AWS regions. Every AWS region also (currently) has a CloudFront POP, which from a traffic charging perspective from EC2 is within each AZ. The only down side is first-hit time.
Do you see an issue with using cloudfront.d.n?
(Ref my preso at DebConf 13 for details on low TTL for /dists and /projects via interstittal host with mod_headers)
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