mirmon 2.7

Monitor the state of mirrors
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mirmon project monitors the state of mirrors.

Every hour the root site writes a fresh timestamp somewhere in the archive; mirror sites copy this timestamp when they update the mirror archive. Mirmon periodically retrieves these timestamps from the mirror sites. It generates a html report and a flat state file.

Mirmon's actions and report are directed by a config file. There are many configuration parameters, but most have acceptable defaults. Only a few project specific items need to be specified. Once configured, mirmon can be run by cron every hour.

Mirror sites are probed at certain (user defined) intervals (default every 4 hours). Sites that are (temporarily) unreachable are probed more often (by default hourly) until a probe is successful.

The state file has a simple format and can be used for other administrative purposes (mailing admins of stale mirrors, directing users to fresh mirrors, etc).

Options:

option v : be verbose
option q : be quiet
option t : set timeout [ default 300 ] ;
option get : 'all' : probe all sites
: 'update' : probe a selection of the sites
option c : configuration file ; default list : ./mirmon.conf $HOME/.mirmon.conf etc/mirmon.conf

last updated on:
December 17th, 2012, 16:52 GMT
price:
FREE!
homepage:
www.cs.uu.nl
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
Henk P. Penning
category:
ROOT \ System \ Monitoring
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What's New in This Release:
  • With the option "always_get region ...", you can now specify which mirrors in certain regions must be probed in every mirmon run (intended for fake regions like Master, Tier1, etc.).
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