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Re: poor performance when updating fedora



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On Thursday 19 February 2004 14:16, Dougie Trickett wrote:

> Steve,
> I had this too. You need to change the default server as it can't cope
> with the load.
> This webpage gives you all you need to know:
> http://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-list/2004-January/msg03379.html

Maybe the first time you run up2date it should fetch a list of mirrors from 
somewhere and get you to choose a geographically close one.  Or perhaps it 
should use the locale info to randomly choose one it knows is likely close.

This being asked to death, indicating a large number of frustrated users in 
danger of missing out on security updates because they "tried up2date and 'it 
didn't work'".

- -Andy

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