Welcome to the apt-panopticon results page.

Here the apt-panopticon system probes into every nook and cranny of the Devuan apt package mirror system, trying to live up to it's name.

This is the status of the mirror servers in the Devuan package mirror network.

This page will refresh every 5 minutes.

EXPERIMENTAL CODE - double check all results you see here, and read the logs if it's important.

The full list of Devuan package mirrors is available at the URL: https://pkgmaster.devuan.org/mirror_list.txt

Due to the nature of the tests, some errors or warnings will be counted several times.   The links in the table and DNS list go to the detailed testing logs.


==== package mirror status 2020-05-27 03:31 GMT ====

Tooltips are things that have an explanation tooltip, hover over them.

FAILED or OK means the tested thing is supported for that mirror.

FAILED* or OK* means the tested thing is unsupported for that mirror, but might have been tested anyway.

timeout or timeout means the mirror had some timeouts, and tests where not yet aborted. The darker colour means unsupported by the mirror, but tested anyway.

TIMEOUT or TIMEOUT means the mirror had too many timeouts, and tests where aborted, so there is no result for this test.

NOTE: timeouts may be due to a problem on the testing computer, it might be busy with other things, or be having it's own network problems.

NOTE: the speed of the server this checking script is running on might be wildly exaggerated, it doesn't have to go through the Internet to download from itself.

The DNS round robin (DNS-RR) column shows the IPs for that mirror, or no if it isn't part of the DNS-RR.   The IPs link to the testing log for that IP accessed via the DNS-RR.   deb.devuan.org is the DNS-RR itself, so it doesn't get tested directly.

The time in the Updated column is how often the mirror updates itself.

Mirrors with a grey background are not active (though may be usable as part of the DNS-RR).

skip means that the test hasn't been written yet.

                                                            
FTP

FTP tests

The FTP tests have not been written yet.

HTTP

HTTP tests

There are two styles of HTTP tests - actual HTTP downloads and HTTP HEAD tests.   Actual downloads happen when other tests need the files to be downloaded.   HEAD tests are where apt-panopticon probes things in detail.   For each mirror (including the DNS round robin domain), and for each IP of that mirror -

  • Chose a small collection of package files to test, and the Release files for each release.
  • Send a HTTP HEAD request for each of those files.
  • Carefully inspect and log the response.
  • Retry the request if needed, and log that.
  • If the mirror replies with a redirect to the same mirror, then try that and keep checking.
  • If the mirror replies with a redirect to a different server, then probe that mirror the same way.
  • If a redirect loop is detected, log that and give up.
HTTPS

HTTPS tests

The HTTPS tests are very similar to the HTTP tests detailed above, though obviously they are tried with HTTPS requests instead of HTTP requests.   The validity of the HTTPS certificate for each server is tested as well.

RSYNC

RSYNC tests

The RSYNC tests have not been written yet.

DNS round robin

DNS round robin

The "DNS round robin" column lists the IP addresses for each mirror that is part of the DNS round robin, or DNS-RR.   The IPs are linked to the log for that specific IP when used via the DNS round robin, and is followed by the number of ERRORs, WARNINGs, or TIMEOUTs if any.

Protocol

Protocol tests

The Protocol test will give a WARNING if the protocol is changed during a redirect, HTTP -> HTTPS for example.   While apt HTTPS transport is now the default in Beowulf / Buster, not everyone with an older release will have that installed, so redirecting HTTP to HTTPS will break apt for those people.   An ERROR is given instead if that happens for mirrors in the DNS round robin.   Servers in the DNS round robin will not have the HTTPS certificate for the round robin domain, so redirecting to HTTPS for that is an ERROR.

Redirects

Redirect tests

Mirrors that redirect /DEVUAN/ back out to deb.devuan.org is an ERROR.   /DEBIAN-SECURITY/ packages must be redirected to a Debian mirror, specifically a mirror hosting Debian security updates.   However, some Devuan mirrors might also be Debian mirrors, so this is just a WARNING.

URL sanity

URL sanity tests

The URL sanity test replaces "/" in URLS with "///", to see if the mirror can cope with that.   This might happen due to a minor mis-configuration by the apt user, but decent web servers should cope with that.   The result for a mirror that does not cope is a failed download for that user, so this is an ERROR.   We care about this coz apt has had multiple bugs in the past where they might let URLs like that slip through.

Integrity

Integrity tests

Actually download files, then check things like PGP keys, SHA256 check sums, and file size.   For packages, pick the smallest one that has been recently updated.

Updated

Updated tests

Make sure the Release files are up to date by checking their internal "Date" field.   If they are up to date, download and check updated Packages.xz files, and actual packages.   For actual packages, pick the smallest one that has been recently updated.

Also shown is the mirrors scheduled time between updates, with "m" meaning minutes and "h" meaning hours.   If this is showing a WARNING, it's likely that the mirror hasn't updated yet, but is due to update after this test was run.

Speed range

Speed range

The speed test tries to guess at a minimum and maximum speed range for each mirror.   It does this by measuring the reported speeds from the curl commands that actually download files.   Since apt-panopticon is trying hard to download everything from all mirrors all at the same time, this guess will be low.   Also, the computer running the apt-panopticon might have a network connection that is busy with other things.   Not to mention that obviously if the computer this is running on is one of the mirrors, it might get a wildly exaggerated speed, not having to go through the rest of the Internet tends to help.   Finally, the tested mirror may have a bigger network connection than the computer running the test, so wont show it's true maximum.   So take this speed measurement with a grain of salt, it's more of an indication, the full graphs might be more useful.

Weekly statistics

Weekly statistics

This is the percentage of time, over the last week, that the mirror was up, and the percentage of time the mirror was up to date.   Note that if the mirror has a low uptime, then there wasn't much chance to check if it was up to date.

deb.devuan.org skip OK OK* skip  OK OK OK OK OK  
devuan.bio.lmu.de skip OK 4 warnings OK skip no OK OK OK OK 30 mOK 4 warnings26876 -23488102 100.00% up 97.88% updated
devuan.c3sl.ufpr.br skip OK 4 warnings OK* 12 warnings skip no OK 12 warnings OK OK OK 1 hOK 4 warnings2747 -8492032 100.00% up 100.00% updated
devuan.dcc.uchile.cl skip OK 4 warnings OK skip no OK OK OK OK 30 mOK 4 warnings1699 -105472 100.00% up 94.15% updated
devuan.ipacct.com skip OK 4 warnings OK skip  195.85.215.180   2a01:9e40::180 OK OK OK OK 30 mOK 4 warnings5584 -693248 100.00% up 98.49% updated
devuan.m10k.jp skip OK 4 warnings OK skip no OK OK OK OK 3 hOK 4 warnings2440 -8466432 100.00% up 100.00% updated
devuan.mine.nu skip FAILED 24 errors FAILED 24 errors skip  OK OK FAILED 16 errors OK 30 mOK 0.00% up ??% updated
temporarily off the rr, awaiting migration. fqdn will change.
devuan.packet-gain.de skip OK 4 warnings OK skip  95.216.15.86   2a01:4f9:2a:fa9::2 OK OK OK OK 30 mOK 4 warnings15217 -21915238 100.00% up 98.49% updated
dist-mirror.fem.tu-ilmenau.de skip OK 4 warnings OK skip no OK OK OK OK 30 mOK 4 warnings25324 -8543232 100.00% up 98.49% updated
espejito.fder.edu.uy skip OK 4 warnings OK 4 warnings skip no OK 4 warnings OK OK OK 3 hOK 4 warnings2527 -222208 100.00% up 100.00% updated
ftp.fau.de skip OK 4 warnings OK skip  131.188.12.211   2001:638:a000:1021:21::1 OK OK OK OK 30 mOK 4 warnings31374 -1678336 99.80% up 95.56% updated
mirror.checkdomain.de skip OK 4 warnings OK 4 warnings skip  46.4.50.2   2a01:4f8:140:1102:2b76:955d:b48f:bdf3 OK 4 warnings OK OK OK 30 mOK 4 warnings41338 -1617920 100.00% up 98.49% updated
mirror.devuan.de skip FAILED 5 errors, 4 warnings FAILED* 4 errors, 4 timeouts skip no OK OK FAILED 3 errors OK 3 hOK 4 warnings41544 -2071552 100.00% up 100.00% updated
mirror.koddos.net skip FAILED 6 errors, 4 warnings FAILED* 6 errors skip no OK OK FAILED 6 errors OK 30 mOK 4 warnings58116 -2658304 100.00% up 98.49% updated
not usable via dns-rr or direct
mirror.stinpriza.org skip OK 4 warnings OK skip  2a01:4f8:162:7293::14 OK OK OK OK 2 hOK 4 warnings32269 -1498112 100.00% up 92.24% updated
mirror.ungleich.ch skip OK 12 warnings OK skip  2a0a:e5c0:2:2:400:c8ff:fe68:bef3 OK 8 warnings OK OK OK 30 mOK 4 warnings1098 -704512 100.00% up 99.80% updated
mirror.vpgrp.io skip FAILED 6 errors FAILED 6 errors skip no OK OK FAILED 6 errors OK 30 mOK 0.20% up 95.16% updated
no devuan directory since january 2020
mirrors.dotsrc.org skip FAILED 8 errors, 4 warnings FAILED 2 errors skip  130.225.254.116   2001:878:346::116 OK OK FAILED 5 errors OK 30 mOK 4 warnings25397 -3153920 100.00% up 64.72% updated
pkgmaster.devuan.org skip OK OK skip  5.196.38.18 OK OK OK OK 5 mOK52262 -1774592 100.00% up 100.00% updated
sledjhamr.org skip OK 4 warnings OK skip  2a02:2a38:1:400:422a:422a:422a:422a   185.38.15.81 OK OK OK OK 30 mOK 4 warnings183296 -126877696 100.00% up 100.00% updated

==== faulty mirrors: ====

devuan.mine.nu (http)
devuan.mine.nu (https)
devuan.mine.nu (URLSanity)
mirror.devuan.de (http)
mirror.devuan.de (https)
mirror.devuan.de (URLSanity)
mirror.koddos.net (http)
mirror.koddos.net (https)
mirror.koddos.net (URLSanity)
mirror.vpgrp.io (http)
mirror.vpgrp.io (https)
mirror.vpgrp.io (URLSanity)
mirrors.dotsrc.org (http)
mirrors.dotsrc.org (https)
mirrors.dotsrc.org (URLSanity)


==== DNS, links to graphs, and links to logs: ====

This lists each mirror, and the DNS entries for that mirror.   The IP links point to the testing log files (the overall log is apt-panopticon 3 warnings) for each domain name / IP combination that was tested.   If a mirror has a CNAME, that CNAME is listed along with that CNAMEs DNS entries.   deb.devuan.org is the DNS round robin, which points to the mirrors that are part of the DNS-RR.   If an IP is part of the DNS-RR, it is marked with 'DNS-RR'   pkgmaster.devuan.org is the master mirror, all the others copy files from it.  

[graphs]   deb.devuan.org DNS entries -
    (Redirects some packages to -   deb.debian.org/debian/pool/,   deb.debian.org/debian-security/pool/) [graphs]   devuan.bio.lmu.de 4 warnings DNS entries -
    (Redirects some packages to -   debian.bio.lmu.de/debian-security/pool/,   debian.bio.lmu.de/debian/pool/) [graphs]   devuan.c3sl.ufpr.br 8 warnings DNS entries -
    (Redirects some packages to -   security.debian.org/debian-security/pool/,   debian.c3sl.ufpr.br/debian/pool/) [graphs]   devuan.dcc.uchile.cl 4 warnings DNS entries - [graphs]   devuan.ipacct.com 4 warnings DNS entries -
    (Redirects some packages to -   debian.ipacct.com/debian/pool/,   deb.debian.org/debian-security/pool/) [graphs]   devuan.m10k.jp 4 warnings DNS entries -
    (Redirects some packages to -   deb.debian.org/debian/pool/,   deb.debian.org/debian-security/pool/) [graphs]   devuan.mine.nu 49 errors DNS entries - [graphs]   devuan.packet-gain.de 4 warnings DNS entries -
    (Redirects some packages to -   deb.debian.org/debian/pool/,   deb.debian.org/debian-security/pool/) [graphs]   dist-mirror.fem.tu-ilmenau.de 4 warnings DNS entries -
    (Redirects some packages to -   deb.debian.org/debian/pool/,   deb.debian.org/debian-security/pool/) [graphs]   espejito.fder.edu.uy 8 warnings DNS entries -
    (Redirects some packages to -   deb.debian.org/debian/pool/,   deb.debian.org/debian-security/pool/) [graphs]   ftp.fau.de 4 warnings DNS entries -
    (Redirects some packages to -   security.debian.org/debian-security/pool/,   deb.debian.org/debian-security/pool/) [graphs]   mirror.checkdomain.de 8 warnings DNS entries -
    (Redirects some packages to -   deb.debian.org/debian/pool/,   deb.debian.org/debian-security/pool/) [graphs]   mirror.devuan.de 9 errors, 4 warnings, 4 timeouts DNS entries -
    (Redirects some packages to -   deb.debian.org/debian-security/pool/,   deb.debian.org/debian/pool/) [graphs]   mirror.koddos.net 12 errors, 4 warnings DNS entries - [graphs]   mirror.stinpriza.org 4 warnings DNS entries -
    (Redirects some packages to -   deb.debian.org/debian/pool/,   deb.debian.org/debian-security/pool/) [graphs]   mirror.ungleich.ch 12 warnings DNS entries -
    (Redirects some packages to -   debian.ethz.ch/debian-security/pool/,   debian.ethz.ch/debian/pool/) [graphs]   mirror.vpgrp.io 12 errors DNS entries - [graphs]   mirrors.dotsrc.org 4 errors, 4 warnings DNS entries - [graphs]   pkgmaster.devuan.org DNS entries -
    (Redirects some packages to -   deb.debian.org/debian/pool/,   deb.debian.org/debian-security/pool/) [graphs]   sledjhamr.org 4 warnings DNS entries -
    (Redirects some packages to -   deb.debian.org/debian/pool/,   deb.debian.org/debian-security/pool/)

==== graphs: ====


More graphs. with greater detail.



==== Debian mirror status ====

NOTE - This is not fully probing the Debian mirrors, we just collect some data from any redirects to other servers.   So this isn't a full set of tests.   Basically we don't know the shape of the Debian mirror infrastructure.

EXPERIMENTAL CODE - this is even more experimental than the rest.

                  
FTP

FTP tests

The FTP tests have not been written yet.

HTTP

HTTP tests

There are two styles of HTTP tests - actual HTTP downloads and HTTP HEAD tests.   Actual downloads happen when other tests need the files to be downloaded.   HEAD tests are where apt-panopticon probes things in detail.   For each mirror (including the DNS round robin domain), and for each IP of that mirror -

  • Chose a small collection of package files to test, and the Release files for each release.
  • Send a HTTP HEAD request for each of those files.
  • Carefully inspect and log the response.
  • Retry the request if needed, and log that.
  • If the mirror replies with a redirect to the same mirror, then try that and keep checking.
  • If the mirror replies with a redirect to a different server, then probe that mirror the same way.
  • If a redirect loop is detected, log that and give up.
HTTPS

HTTPS tests

The HTTPS tests are very similar to the HTTP tests detailed above, though obviously they are tried with HTTPS requests instead of HTTP requests.   The validity of the HTTPS certificate for each server is tested as well.

RSYNC

RSYNC tests

The RSYNC tests have not been written yet.

DNS round robin

DNS round robin

The "DNS round robin" column lists the IP addresses for each mirror that is part of the DNS round robin, or DNS-RR.   The IPs are linked to the log for that specific IP when used via the DNS round robin, and is followed by the number of ERRORs, WARNINGs, or TIMEOUTs if any.

Protocol

Protocol tests

The Protocol test will give a WARNING if the protocol is changed during a redirect, HTTP -> HTTPS for example.   While apt HTTPS transport is now the default in Beowulf / Buster, not everyone with an older release will have that installed, so redirecting HTTP to HTTPS will break apt for those people.   An ERROR is given instead if that happens for mirrors in the DNS round robin.   Servers in the DNS round robin will not have the HTTPS certificate for the round robin domain, so redirecting to HTTPS for that is an ERROR.

Redirects

Redirect tests

Mirrors that redirect /DEVUAN/ back out to deb.devuan.org is an ERROR.   /DEBIAN-SECURITY/ packages must be redirected to a Debian mirror, specifically a mirror hosting Debian security updates.   However, some Devuan mirrors might also be Debian mirrors, so this is just a WARNING.

URL sanity

URL sanity tests

The URL sanity test replaces "/" in URLS with "///", to see if the mirror can cope with that.   This might happen due to a minor mis-configuration by the apt user, but decent web servers should cope with that.   The result for a mirror that does not cope is a failed download for that user, so this is an ERROR.   We care about this coz apt has had multiple bugs in the past where they might let URLs like that slip through.

Integrity

Integrity tests

Actually download files, then check things like PGP keys, SHA256 check sums, and file size.   For packages, pick the smallest one that has been recently updated.

Updated

Updated tests

Make sure the Release files are up to date by checking their internal "Date" field.   If they are up to date, download and check updated Packages.xz files, and actual packages.   For actual packages, pick the smallest one that has been recently updated.

Also shown is the mirrors scheduled time between updates, with "m" meaning minutes and "h" meaning hours.   If this is showing a WARNING, it's likely that the mirror hasn't updated yet, but is due to update after this test was run.

Speed range

Speed range

The speed test tries to guess at a minimum and maximum speed range for each mirror.   It does this by measuring the reported speeds from the curl commands that actually download files.   Since apt-panopticon is trying hard to download everything from all mirrors all at the same time, this guess will be low.   Also, the computer running the apt-panopticon might have a network connection that is busy with other things.   Not to mention that obviously if the computer this is running on is one of the mirrors, it might get a wildly exaggerated speed, not having to go through the rest of the Internet tends to help.   Finally, the tested mirror may have a bigger network connection than the computer running the test, so wont show it's true maximum.   So take this speed measurement with a grain of salt, it's more of an indication, the full graphs might be more useful.

Weekly statistics

Weekly statistics

This is the percentage of time, over the last week, that the mirror was up, and the percentage of time the mirror was up to date.   Note that if the mirror has a low uptime, then there wasn't much chance to check if it was up to date.

deb.debian.org skip OK OK skip  OK OK OK OK OK nan% up nan% updated
debian.bio.lmu.de skip OK OK skip  OK OK OK OK OK nan% up nan% updated
debian.c3sl.ufpr.br skip OK OK skip  OK OK OK OK OK nan% up nan% updated
debian.ethz.ch skip OK OK skip  OK OK OK OK OK nan% up nan% updated
debian.ipacct.com skip OK OK skip  OK OK OK OK OK nan% up nan% updated
security.debian.org skip OK OK skip  OK OK OK OK OK nan% up nan% updated



==== Debian DNS, links to graphs, and links to logs: ====

[graphs]   deb.debian.org 1 error DNS entries - [graphs]   debian.bio.lmu.de 2 errors DNS entries - [graphs]   debian.c3sl.ufpr.br DNS entries - [graphs]   debian.ethz.ch 2 errors DNS entries - [graphs]   debian.ipacct.com DNS entries - [graphs]   security.debian.org 1 error DNS entries -

The email report.   All the logs and other output.   You can get the source code here (main repo)and here (Devuan repo).  You can get the cgp graphing source code here (main repo)and here (Devuan repo).

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