Difference between revisions of "Finding the fastest mirror"

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{{Cat|/home/user/fastestmirror|<nowiki>
 
{{Cat|/home/user/fastestmirror|<nowiki>
mkdir ~/.tmp
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wget -q -O /tmp/MIRRORS.txt http://rsync.alpinelinux.org/alpine/MIRRORS.txt
wget -q -O ~/.tmp/MIRRORS.txt http://rsync.alpinelinux.org/alpine/MIRRORS.txt
 
 
L=$(cat /tmp/MIRRORS.txt)
 
L=$(cat /tmp/MIRRORS.txt)
  
 
data=""
 
data=""
 
for s in $L; do
 
for s in $L; do
         t=$(time -f "%E" wget -q $s/MIRRORS.txt -O ~/.tmp/MIRRORS.txt 2>&1)
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         t=$(time -f "%E" wget -q $s/MIRRORS.txt -O /tmp/MIRRORS.txt 2>&1)
 
         echo "$s was $t"
 
         echo "$s was $t"
 
         data="$data$t $s\n"
 
         data="$data$t $s\n"

Revision as of 01:38, 22 February 2018

After you install Alpine, you may be wondering how do I figure out the fastest mirror again?

Contents of /home/user/fastestmirror

wget -q -O /tmp/MIRRORS.txt http://rsync.alpinelinux.org/alpine/MIRRORS.txt L=$(cat /tmp/MIRRORS.txt) data="" for s in $L; do t=$(time -f "%E" wget -q $s/MIRRORS.txt -O /tmp/MIRRORS.txt 2>&1) echo "$s was $t" data="$data$t $s\n" done echo "===RESULTS===" echo -e $data | sort