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Arch Linux uses a 2-tier mirroring scheme. Tier 1 mirrors sync directly from archlinux.org every hour and all other mirrors sync from one of the tier 1 mirrors. Syncing from archlinux.org is not allowed.
 
 
 
For a guide on how to select and configure mirrors for your [[pacman]] installation, see [[Mirrors]].
 
 
 
== Communication ==
 
The [https://mailman.archlinux.org/mailman/listinfo/arch-mirrors arch-mirrors] mailing list is used for announcements and mirror-related communications. All mirror-administrators and Arch Linux developers involved in mirroring subscribe to this mailing list.
 
 
 
== How to create a official Arch Linux mirror ==
 
{{Note|{{pkg|pacman-mirrorlist}} only includes ftp URLs if no http URLs are available in a given country.}}
 
{{Warning|We are '''not''' accepting new ftp mirrors.}}
 
Anyone who wishes to have a public Arch Linux mirror made a official mirror should:
 
=== Conform with requirements ===
 
Your mirror must conform with the mirror-requirements for the tier you wish your mirror to belong to.
 
 
 
==== Tier 2 requirements ====
 
* Disk-space >= 35 GB
 
* Sync off a tier 1 mirror (see http://archlinux.org/mirrors)
 
* Sync all contents of the upstream mirror (i.e. do not sync only some repositories)
 
* Do not sync more often than every hour
 
* Use the following [[rsync]] options: '''-rtlvH --delete-after --delay-updates --safe-links --max-delete=1000'''
 
* Subscribe to [https://mailman.archlinux.org/mailman/listinfo/arch-mirrors arch-mirrors]
 
* http support
 
 
 
==== Tier 1 requirements ====
 
* Tier 2 requirements
 
* Bandwidth >= 100Mbit/s
 
* [[rsync]] support
 
* Proven reliability (be a tier 2 mirror for a while and have reasonable uptime, response to out-of-sync notifications etc.)
 
 
 
=== Create a feature-request ===
 
Go to https://bugs.archlinux.org and create a feature-request (category: mirrors) containing the following information:
 
* Mirror domain name
 
* Geographical location of the mirror (country)
 
* Supported access methods (http, [[rsync]])
 
* URLs for the above access methods
 
* An administrative contact email
 
* An alternative administrative contact email (optional)
 
* (tier 1 mirrors) Rsync IPs so your server(s) can be allowed to sync off tier 0 (rsync.archlinux.org)
 
* (tier 2 mirrors) The name of the tier 1 mirror(s) you are syncing from (see tier 1 mirrors here: https://www.archlinux.org/mirrors/status/tier/1/)
 

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