Just removed it. It was added there by mistake. The intention of the mirror,
AFAIU is to serve nz.deb.devuan.org and not deb.devuan.org besides its
BTW. Did you try the more regional country code round-robins? E.g.
jp.deb.devuan.org (guessing by your time zone) or some of the ones in EU?
With best regards,
On Sat, 2023-03-18 at 00:33 +0900, Olaf Meeuwissen wrote:
> For the last two, three hours I've been experiencing rather persistent
> package download failures trying to debootstrap and migrate releases for
> my Docker images in CI/CD jobs. All use
> in their sources.list.
> Normally, the jobs taking care of this succeed without a hitch (unless I
> screw things up), but debootstrap has been unable to download "random"
> packages and migrations show similar symptoms. The random bit is in the
> packages that fail to download. These differ between jobs.
> Unfortunately, debootstrap hides the server it tries to download from
> but other package downloads in the jobs that use it, as well as the
> migration jobs, point at 126.96.36.199 being the culprit.
> A reverse DNS lookup says that's mx1.4mail.nz (which is not on the
> list of mirrors, btw).
> : https://www.nslookup.io/ip/188.8.131.52/domain-names/
> : https://www.devuan.org/get-devuan
> If someone could address this that would be appreciated. Here address
> could be one of getting that server to get its act together or take it
> of the round-robin DNS until it giet its act together.
> Right now, trying to download packages is a crap-shoot from where I'm
> at. BTW, you can see the results of that in the failed build jobs at
> Hope this helps,
> Olaf Meeuwissen
> devuan-dev internal mailing list