You are browsing a read-only backup copy of Wikitech. The live site can be found at wikitech.wikimedia.org
- See also: Dumps/Mirror status
They are currently only offered via http, although ftp and rsync may be offered in the future.
These are the Debian and Ubuntu mirror pages listing mirrors.wikimedia.org to confirm it as official:
As of May 2019 they are hosted on sodium.wikimedia.org.
The relevant Puppet class is modules/role/manifests/mirrors.pp.
Monitoring and debugging
There are 2 Icinga checks called "Ubuntu mirror in sync with upstream" and "Debian mirror in sync with upstream" respectively.
If one of these alerts you should check on sodium what happens if you manually run the check commands, "/usr/local/lib/nagios/plugins/check_apt_mirror /srv/mirrors/ubuntu" / "/usr/local/lib/nagios/plugins/check_apt_mirror /srv/mirrors/debian".
Also you can run the actual sync command manually but make sure to run it was the user "mirror", so "[sodium:~] $ sudo -u mirror ftpsync".
Furthermore, you can check /etc/ftpsync/ftpsync.conf to see which upstream hosts we are rsyncing from and look at /var/log/ftpsync/ to check logfiles for errors.
Contacting wikimedia maintainers
The mirror server is maintained by the Wikimedia SRE team. To report issues with mirrors.wikimedia.org please create a ticket in Wikimedia's Phabricator and tag it with 'operations'. You can also join the Freenode IRC channels #wikimedia-operations and #wikimedia-tech.
Contacting upstream maintainers
If the error appears to be on the upstream side you should try contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
There is also channel #ubuntu-mirrors on Freenode.