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Wed Feb 3 23:31:28 AST 2010
Scott Walsh-5 wrote:
> Were you pulling that from mirror.its.dal.ca or ftp.nrc.ca?
> We also bacame an official mirror for IUS(http://iuscommunity.org/)
> today, because sometimes it's nice to have a current version of
> PHP/Python/MySQL for RHEL/CentOS and friends...
> Aplustech98 wrote:
>> A stable 1.6MB/sec.
>> Warren Robertson wrote:
>>> Just curious, if people like the speed of the new Dal mirror couldn't
>>> they take advantage of the NRC mirror site which is on the CaNet
>>> backbone. It's on the ulimately connected to the same network that the
>>> Computer Science server is on unless some routing parameter makes you go
>>> over a different path. I use it here at Dal and I can download faster
>>> from it then I can transfer from a local server.....which seems very
>>> Oh, and it has every distribution I've ever looked for.
>>> I just downloaded the Fedora Live CD and here is the report, check out
>>> the speed!
>>> 150 Opening BINARY mode data connection
>>> (718274560 bytes).
>>> 226 Transfer complete.
>>> at 11325.59 KB/s
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