Specially for you :
Specially for you :
I am getting the feeling of being an exhibit myself.
No, no, no
A man’s thought is above all his nostalgia
I guess this shit might download by the time my case comes in the mail today and I get everything put together…
OSDN upload tested - before they changed their infrastructure I could upload an ISO within approximately 10 to 15 minutes. Now it takes almost an hour for the minimal version of LXDE
➜ ~ time deployiso -p lxde ==> Start upload [lxde] to [manjaro-community] ... sending incremental file list ./ manjaro-lxde-21.0.1-unstable-minimal-210409-linux511-pkgs.txt 12,176 100% 0.00kB/s 0:00:00 (xfr#1, to-chk=1/3) manjaro-lxde-21.0.1-unstable-minimal-210409-linux511.iso 1,659,203,584 100% 496.73kB/s 0:54:21 (xfr#2, to-chk=0/3) ==> Done upload [lxde] --> Time sync_dir: 54.50 minutes deployiso -p lxde 18,63s user 6,35s system 0% cpu 54:30,03 total
Can confirm I’m getting the same terrible download speeds for the ISO in UK
Based on the current download statistics, it seems the first Ornara ISOs got downloaded as normal. SourceForge seems to have problems in mirroring our latest ISOs thru their whole network. So we may have to wait one or two days.
We have a total different story with OSDN. There we have a hard time to even upload. Therefore we disabled that Feature for now, until OSDN may fix it:
So if it is important, you may comment those tickets.
Github has a 2 GB size limit for free projects, however unlimited space. Therefore we have to provide split-zip files. It works great for our daily builds and you have fast uploads. However we get feedback from our users, that some of them are not able to join those files to one archive.
Currently our @Manjaro-Arm team is testing out a way to get torrents back to their downloads, as they completely moved to Github Storage for now. If there is a solution we may adopt them also to Manjaro x64 downloads. However, we have to find a proper suited web-seed service able to also serve either from SF or GH.
Done. Weird that they (OSDN) don’t seem to care about it.
That would be great. I can contribute with a 2.5 GBit/s server for seeding.
Putting them into the package repository so that the package mirrors can serve them too.
I discovered that with the Gnome-next testing isos these last months. I searched and found how to join the split files, but a little written help reminder could be a good idea.
I helped another forumer who had no clue what to do with the different files.
The issue with that is:
Github has on of the best Mirrors in regard of downloading and uploading stuff. We utilized them now via CIs to build ISOs or ARM install medias. However the 2 GB size limit creates issues on our end. For the ARM project no problem, as we have not such big files.
Most tools will auto-join those files:
I just did a quick test with wget, and yes the download is way slower than expected:
Wird in »manjaro-gnome-21.0.1-210409-linux510.iso« gespeichert.
manjaro-gno 0%[ ] 1,71M 79,9KB/s ETA 9h 5m
You can speed up your download via axel. Here is a way to do it:
sudo pacman -S axel [phil@development Downloads]$ axel -v -n 10 https://sourceforge.net/projects/manjarolinux/files/gnome/21.0.1/manjaro-gnome-21.0.1-210409-linux510.iso Starte Abruf: https://sourceforge.net/projects/manjarolinux/files/gnome/21.0.1/manjaro-gnome-21.0.1-210409-linux510.iso Dateigröße: 2,60404 Gigabyte(s) (2796068864 bytes) Öffne Ausgabedatei: manjaro-gnome-21.0.1-210409-linux510.iso.0 Starte Abruf [ 1%] [0 .1 .2 3 .4 5 6 .7 8 9 ] [ 590,9KB/s] [ 1h16]
For two days I have tried to download the newest KDE, it downloads at very slow speeds taking 6-7 hours. Can someone fix it. And where are the torrents? Need this fixed ASAP please! My modem downloads at 500 mib.
The team are aware of the issues and have opened tickets on it
Thanks @philm for letting me know. I ended up downloading a older version from another site, largest update I have had ever. Hope OSDN and others get it fixed soon. I went on a distro hop, checked Garuda and endeavor Linux KDE. Manjaro KDE is so much more stable then any including, MX Linux. Have a nice rest of your day.
It might have been easier to just download the Manjaro Architect ISO since it’s smaller and install via that. To avoid breaking from changes between an old ISO and big multiple updates.
That would have worked! Thanks @realmain.