This article only applies to CloudLinux OS (not ELS for CentOS/Oracle/Ubuntu) mirrors
CloudLinux mirror requires a bit more than a typical repository mirror setup. We set up CLN proxy software to accommodate for authentication done by "yum-rhn-plugin" plugin.
Important: To qualify as a CLN mirror, you need to have more than 50 servers in your datacenters.
If you do, to host a mirror, please setup:
- VM with 4GB of RAM and 200GB of disk space running CentOS 7;
- "firewalld" service should be running with sshd enabled;
- domain name pointed to that mirror, like cl-mirror.yourdomain.com;
Please note: this should be a fresh server that is not used in production for other tasks.
Then create a support ticket and send us:
- your CLN login name;
- access to VM;
- domain name pointed to that VM.
We will setup a software that would act as a caching proxy allowing licensing to work. When done, your mirror will be added to http://repo.cloudlinux.com/cloudlinux/mirrorlists/cln-mirrors
ETA is about 2-3 business days.