Re: cdn.debian.net not working in Germany
>>>>> In <email@example.com>
>>>>> Carlos Carvalho <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> ISHIKAWA Mutsumi (email@example.com) wrote on 30 July 2010 15:48:
>> >>>>>> In <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> >>>>>> Carlos Carvalho <email@example.com> wrote:
>> >>> Another cdn problem: In
>> >>> http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/2008/02/msg00700.html Araki says
>> >>> This CDN checks your hosts DNS query to retrive your national location.
>> >>> [removed]
>> >>> - This CDN checks debian rsync mirror process. If mirror site is mirroring, CDN hides this site.
>> >>> This is not appropriate. Debian mirrors are required to update in a
>> >>> way that guarantees coherence between packages and indices.
>> > I think you misunderstand.
>> > Yes, coherence between packages and indices on single site is
>> >guaranteed, but coherence the debian tree between a mirror site and
>> >another mirror site is not guaranted.
>> Yes but why is this relevant in this case? A client will only go to
>> one mirror.
It is not true. You forget user need to run apt-get `update' and
`upgrade (or install or so)'
Site A and Site B is CDN member, user query for cdn.debian.net
will be returned both Site A and B's IP (the query answer includes
two IN A entries)
When Site A's debian tree is newer than Site B's debian tree,
* It is OK, both apt-get update and upgrade (or install or so)
access to same IP, e.g apt-get update fetch from Site A and
apt-get upgrade fetch from Site A)
* It is not OK, when apt-get update and upgrade
access to deffernt IPs, e.g apt-get update fetch from Site A
and apt-get upgrade fetch from Site B. In this example stuation,
Site A's Packages file is newer than Site B, some packages
will not be able to download from Site B.
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