Commit 679bc257 authored by Sven-Hendrik Haase's avatar Sven-Hendrik Haase
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Merge branch 'new_mirror_issue_template' into 'master'

Document how to add a new mirror

See merge request !283
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This template should be used for adding a new Arch Linux Mirror on our own infrastructure.
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## Details
- **Server name**: <!-- Put server hostname here -->
## Steps
1. [ ] Verify if the new mirror has enough diskspace for hosting a mirror.
1. [ ] Add the new mirror in [archweb](https://archlinux.org/admin/mirrors/mirror/add) with these values:
- `Name`: <domain-name>
- `Tier`: `Tier 1`
- `Upstream`: `rsync.archlinux.org`
- `Public`: `checked`
- `Active`: `checked`
- `ISOs`: `checked`
- `Mirrors URLs`:
* `URL`: `https://<domain-name>/`
* `Country`: `Mirror country`
* `Bandwidth`: `Mirror bandwidth`
- `Mirrors Rsync IPs`: `Add the IPv4 and IPv6 address`
1. [ ] Add a new domain in terraform
1. [ ] Add the new server to `mirrors` in `hosts`
1. [ ] Add a new `mirror_domain` key with <domain-name> as value
1. [ ] Run the `gen_rsyncd` service on `rsync.archlinux.org` or wait till the systemd timer is triggered.
1. [ ] Run the `mirrors.yml` playbook
1. [ ] Run `certbot certonly --email webmaster@archlinux.org --agree-tos --rsa-key-size 4096 --renew-by-default --webroot -w /var/lib/letsencrypt/ -d <domain-name>`
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