Content Hosting Infrastructure SOP

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Location: Phoenix
 
Location: Phoenix
  
Servers: secondary1, netapp[1-3]
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Servers: secondary1, netapp[1-3], torrent1
  
 
Purpose: Policy regarding hosting, removal and pruning of content.
 
Purpose: Policy regarding hosting, removal and pruning of content.
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== Description ==
 
== Description ==
  
Fedora hosts a Fedora content and some non-Fedora content.  Our resources are finite and as such we have to have some policy around when to remove old content.  This SOP describes the test to remove content.  The spirit of this SOP is to allow more people to host content and give it a try, prove that it's useful.  If it's not popular or useful, it will get removed.  Also out of date or expired content will be removed.
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Fedora hosts both Fedora content and some non-Fedora content.  Our resources are finite and as such we have to have some policy around when to remove old content.  This SOP describes the test to remove content.  The spirit of this SOP is to allow more people to host content and give it a try, prove that it's useful.  If it's not popular or useful, it will get removed.  Also out of date or expired content will be removed.
  
 
== What hosting options are available ==
 
== What hosting options are available ==
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Aside from the hosting at http://fedorahosted.org/ we have a series of mirrors we're allowing people to use.  They are located at:
 
Aside from the hosting at http://fedorahosted.org/ we have a series of mirrors we're allowing people to use.  They are located at:
  
* http://archive.fedoraproject.org/pub/archive/ - For archives
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* http://archive.fedoraproject.org/pub/archive/ - For archives of historical Fedora releases
 
* http://secondary.fedoraproject.org/pub/fedora-secondary/ - For secondary architectures
 
* http://secondary.fedoraproject.org/pub/fedora-secondary/ - For secondary architectures
 
* http://alt.fedoraproject.org/pub/alt/ - For misc content / catchall
 
* http://alt.fedoraproject.org/pub/alt/ - For misc content / catchall
 
* http://torrent.fedoraproject.org/ - For torrent hosting
 
* http://torrent.fedoraproject.org/ - For torrent hosting
* http://spins.fedoraproject.org/ - for Torrent spins hosting
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* http://spins.fedoraproject.org/ - For official Fedora Spins hosting, mirrored somewhat
* http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/ - For official Fedora Releases
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* http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/ - For official Fedora Releases, mirrored widely
  
 
== Who can host? What can be hosted? ==
 
== Who can host? What can be hosted? ==
  
Any official Fedora content can be mirrored and hosted.  Official content is determined by the Board by virtue of allowing people to use the Fedora trademark.  People representing these teams will be allowed to host.
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Any official Fedora content can hosted and made available for mirroring.  Official content is determined by the Board by virtue of allowing people to use the Fedora trademark.  People representing these teams will be allowed to host.
  
 
=== Non Official Hosting ===
 
=== Non Official Hosting ===
  
People wanting to host unofficial bits may request approval for hosting.  Create a ticket at https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-infrastructure/ explaining what and why Fedora should host it.
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People wanting to host unofficial bits may request approval for hosting.  Create a ticket at https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-infrastructure/ explaining what and why Fedora should host it.  Such will be reviewed by the Fedora Infrastructure team.
  
 
Requests for non-official hosting that may conflict with existing Fedora policies will be escalated to the Board for approval.
 
Requests for non-official hosting that may conflict with existing Fedora policies will be escalated to the Board for approval.
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* Ensure you have signed the CLA
 
* Ensure you have signed the CLA
 
* Submit a hosting request - https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-infrastructure/
 
* Submit a hosting request - https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-infrastructure/
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** Include who you are, and any group you are working with (e.g. a SIG)
 
** Include Space requirements
 
** Include Space requirements
** Include who your are
 
 
** Include the nature of the bits you want to host.
 
** Include the nature of the bits you want to host.
 
* Apply for group hosted-content - https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts/group/view/hosted-content
 
* Apply for group hosted-content - https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts/group/view/hosted-content
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If content meets  any of the following criteria it may be removed:
 
If content meets  any of the following criteria it may be removed:
  
* Content with exceedingly limited seeders or downloaders. with little prospect of increasing those numbers and which is older then 1 year.
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* Content with exceedingly limited seeders or downloaders, with little prospect of increasing those numbers and which is older then 1 year.
 
* Content such as videos or audio which are several years old.
 
* Content such as videos or audio which are several years old.
  
 
[[Category:Infrastructure SOPs]]
 
[[Category:Infrastructure SOPs]]

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Contact Information

Owner: Fedora Infrastructure Team

Contact: #fedora-admin, sysadmin-main, fedora-infrastructure-list

Location: Phoenix

Servers: secondary1, netapp[1-3], torrent1

Purpose: Policy regarding hosting, removal and pruning of content.

Scope: download.fedora.redhat.com, alt.fedoraproject.org, archives.fedoraproject.org, secondary.fedoraproject.org, torrent.fedoraproject.org

Description

Fedora hosts both Fedora content and some non-Fedora content. Our resources are finite and as such we have to have some policy around when to remove old content. This SOP describes the test to remove content. The spirit of this SOP is to allow more people to host content and give it a try, prove that it's useful. If it's not popular or useful, it will get removed. Also out of date or expired content will be removed.

What hosting options are available

Aside from the hosting at http://fedorahosted.org/ we have a series of mirrors we're allowing people to use. They are located at:

Who can host? What can be hosted?

Any official Fedora content can hosted and made available for mirroring. Official content is determined by the Board by virtue of allowing people to use the Fedora trademark. People representing these teams will be allowed to host.

Non Official Hosting

People wanting to host unofficial bits may request approval for hosting. Create a ticket at https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-infrastructure/ explaining what and why Fedora should host it. Such will be reviewed by the Fedora Infrastructure team.

Requests for non-official hosting that may conflict with existing Fedora policies will be escalated to the Board for approval.

Licensing

Anything hosted with Fedora _must_ come with a Free software license that is approved by Fedora. See http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Licensing for more.

Requesting Space

Using Space

A dedicated namespace in the mirror will be assigned to you. It will be your responsibility to upload content, remove old content, stay within your quota, etc. If you have any questions or concerns about this please let us know. Generally you will use rsync. For example:

rsync -av --progress ./my.iso alt.fedoraproject.org:/srv/pub/alt/mySpace/

Content Pruning / Purging / Removal

The following guidelines / tests will be used to determine whether or not to remove content from the mirror.

Expired / Old Content

If content meets any of the following criteria it may be removed:

  • Content that has reached the end of life.
  • Pre-release content that has been superceded.
  • EOL releases that have been moved to archives.
  • N-2 or greater releases. If more than 3 versions of a piece of content are on the mirror, the oldest may be removed.

Limited Use Content

If content meets any of the following criteria it may be removed:

  • Content with exceedingly limited seeders or downloaders, with little prospect of increasing those numbers and which is older then 1 year.
  • Content such as videos or audio which are several years old.