[members-discuss] RIPE DB NRTM access.
Andrea Cocito andrea.cocito at ifom-ieo-campus.it
Sat Jan 7 22:07:40 CET 2012
On Jan 7, 2012, at 9:14 PM, Pawel Tyll wrote: >> My guess would be that a full snapshot available via ftp is >> considered not that NEAR Real Time as the update data stream that >> you may pull continuously from the server - they're not trying to >> sell data there but the service of that data being streamed. > I don't need to pull it continuously. It can even be limited to one > connection a day, although again, I see no reason for such > limitations. I would only like a local mirror that I can hammer > however frequently I wish, that would be relatively up-to-date. I can > pull the snapshot once a day, restart irrd and be done with it, > but...that's just wrong :) Hi, maybe a simple rsync server would do the job for you and for everyone else with similar needs (described as "I need a periodic update but I don't really need a realtime one"). At our site we mirror a few terabytes of data (genomic repositories) via rsync without even noticing an impact of bandwidth usage (as long as only a small part of those big files changes every day). Anyone at RIPE willing to consider this option ? Ciao, A.