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Request from OVH regarding yum repo.


yonatan
16-03-2010, 20:12
Quote Originally Posted by derchris
If it is only the "epel" repo, that one is not that big.
Ill contact my guys at RedHat and ask them ... they should know

derchris
15-03-2010, 17:24
If it is only the "epel" repo, that one is not that big.

yonatan
15-03-2010, 16:28
Quote Originally Posted by gregoryfenton
How hard would it be for one of us to become a temporary yum repo in the meantime?

I am on ubuntu 9.04 server
I don't think anyone has a spare HG server for this :-)

gregoryfenton
15-03-2010, 11:44
How hard would it be for one of us to become a temporary yum repo in the meantime?

I am on ubuntu 9.04 server

RimBlock
15-03-2010, 03:45
Seems like a good value add for OVH at reasonible overhead.

+1 from me.

Regards
RB

ezdub
14-03-2010, 21:08
Would like this too.

marks
12-03-2010, 10:08
no, no updates so far. In any case, this kind of feedback is not a matter of few weeks

yonatan
11-03-2010, 19:47
Quote Originally Posted by Marks
noted down. We'll pass your suggestion to our headoffices. Of course, the more people supports the idea through this forum, the more interesting will be.
Any Known updates?

Iray
08-03-2010, 14:22
Quote Originally Posted by IainK
I agree. This would be a worthy addition.
Me too, I would rather save internet/external bandwidth for things like this.

See! Some OVHers do care!

marks
08-03-2010, 10:31
noted down. We'll pass your suggestion to our headoffices. Of course, the more people supports the idea through this forum, the more interesting will be.

IainK
08-03-2010, 01:49
I agree. This would be a worthy addition.

yonatan
07-03-2010, 17:06
Quote Originally Posted by RapidSpeeds
Downloading is Unlimited on every single server OVH offer - so you are not wasting bandwidth speed doesn't seem to be a factor either?
umm, makes sense to download a file from a local machine on the LAN instead of going out to the internet...

its not about limited or unlimited, its just the fact that this traffic can be used for other things.
incoming and outgoing, its still the same routers .. less traffic on the routers ( no matter in what direction ) means better overall performance.

+ my yum installs will go faster :P

RapidSpeeds
06-03-2010, 18:40
Quote Originally Posted by yonatan
Hi,
would it be possible that you guys will host a local " epel " repo for centos/fedora ?

would save us some bandwidth.

Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
* addons: mirror.ovh.net
* base: mirror.ovh.net
* epel: ftp-stud.hs-esslingen.de
* extras: mirror.ovh.net
* updates: mirror.ovh.net


:-)

pass it through ... would be a wonderful service.
Downloading is Unlimited on every single server OVH offer - so you are not wasting bandwidth speed doesn't seem to be a factor either?

yonatan
06-03-2010, 17:12
Hi,
would it be possible that you guys will host a local " epel " repo for centos/fedora ?

would save us some bandwidth.

Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
* addons: mirror.ovh.net
* base: mirror.ovh.net
* epel: ftp-stud.hs-esslingen.de
* extras: mirror.ovh.net
* updates: mirror.ovh.net


:-)

pass it through ... would be a wonderful service.