[PC-BSD Testing] Switching to a new CDN for Rolling Release + PBIs

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Sat Jul 6 10:08:26 PDT 2013


Why not some P2P? I reckon it would be cheaper and provide even better
speeds.

On 05/07/2013 19:27, Kris Moore wrote:
> 
> Everybody,
> 
> We are finally moving over to a CDN service for our network backbone.
> This will quickly replace the existing system of mirrors we have been
> using for the past many years. This means you will no longer have to
> pick a mirror close to your geographical location to get decent speeds,
> or have failed updates because the mirrors you selected is out of date
> or offline.
> 
> 
> For 9.1 Legacy Users:
> 
> To make the switch, check your system updater GUI within PC-BSD and
> install / apply the CDN patch. (TrueOS users can run the command:
> "pc-updatemanager check") This will automatically switch your system
> updates, packages and PBI services over to using the new CDN.
> 
> 
> 
> For Rolling Release Users:
> 
> To make the switch check your system updater GUI and apply the CDN
> patch. Due to some recent breakage in PKGNG, you may need to manually do
> your first set of package updates for all your services to switch over.
> Run these commands:
> 
> # pkg upgrade
> (This should upgrade you to pkg-1.1.3_1 or later)
> 
> # pkg upgrade
> (This will now upgrade your system packages to the latest set which has
> CDN support)
> 
> 
> 
> If you run into any problems, please let us know. We would particularly
> like feedback on speeds and availability so we can let our CDN provider
> know.
> 


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