StarlingX/Developer Guide/Regional Mirror
Regional mirror will give us a Reference Mirror that can use to avoid downloading all packages from the Internet
Our Regional Office needs to create a Reference Mirror which will perform a regular (daily?) automated download using existing methods. The high level overview of activities to perform:
- Create the base mirror directory.
- Create automated update based on new packages from mirror download process.
- Manage user access.
Upload your public key to your reference mirror server.
Go to your defined regional mirror local directory based on a previously mirror directory created:
user@workstation:~/starlingx/mirror$ ls CentOS/ stx-r1 tis-installer user@workstation:~/starlingx/mirror$ cd CentOS/stx-r1/CentOS/pike/ user@workstation:~/starlingx/mirror/CentOS/stx-r1/CentOS/pike$ ls Binary downloads Source
user@workstation:~/starlingx/mirror/CentOS/stx-r1/CentOS/pike$ rsync -e "ssh -i /home/user/.ssh/id_rsa -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null" -avF email@example.com:/mirror/mirror/ . user@workstation:~/starlingx/mirror/CentOS/stx-r1/CentOS/pike$ ls Binary check.lst downloads Source tarballs.md5
Once completed the directory structure should look like:
user@workstation:~/starlingx/mirror/regional/pike$ tree -L 1 . . ├── Binary ├── check.lst ├── downloads ├── Source └── tarballs.md5 3 directories, 2 files