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#1 2022-03-18 20:07:25

abaumann
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http://mirror.tversu.ru/ says 403 Forbidden

I think, I remove it, I don't have any contact address or so..

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#2 2022-03-18 20:56:15

levi
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Re: http://mirror.tversu.ru/ says 403 Forbidden

I'm slightly surprised all of the russian servers aren't excluding western users already.  But it not something I've ever tested, I don't configure servers that far away from me.


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#3 2022-03-23 06:36:29

abaumann
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Re: http://mirror.tversu.ru/ says 403 Forbidden

Well, it's up to each mirror whether they want to mirror our stuff or not, entirely their decision.
And I think the 403 error is unintentionally, but I don't have any contacts where I could ask..
In the past I sometimes added mirrors just because I found them on the internet or in the rsync logs..

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#4 2022-03-23 08:22:13

levi
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Re: http://mirror.tversu.ru/ says 403 Forbidden

403 is apparently the forbidden code.  Could some iptables config be generating those for users outside russia and belarus?  I wonder if we have anyone here reading this in that part of the world that could test that out for us.

Edit: Um, yes, you do say '403 forbidden' in the thread title.  Mea culpa.

Last edited by levi (2022-03-23 08:23:00)


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