geographical download redirector


Mirrorbits is a geographical download redirector written in Go for distributing files efficiently across a set of mirrors. It offers a simple and economic way to create a Content Delivery Network layer using a pure software stack. It is primarily designed for the distribution of large-scale Open-Source projects with a lot of traffic.

Main Features:
 * Blazing fast, can reach 8K QPS on a single laptop
 * Easy to deploy and maintain, everything is packed in a single binary
 * Automatic synchronization with the mirrors over rsync or FTP
 * Response can be either JSON or HTTP redirect
 * Support partial repositories
 * Complete checksum / size control
 * Realtime monitoring and reports
 * Disable misbehaving mirrors without human intervention
 * Realtime decision making based on location, AS number and defined rules
 * Smart load-balancing over multiple mirrors in the same area to avoid
 * Ability to adjust the weight of each mirror
 * Limit access to a country, region or ASN for any mirror
 * Clustering (multiple mirrorbits instances)
 * High-availability using redis-sentinel
 * Automatically fix timezone offsets for broken mirrors
 * Realtime statistics per file / mirror / date
 * Realtime reconfiguration
 * Seamless binary upgrade (aka zero downtime upgrade)
 * Mirmon support
 * Full IPv6 support
 * more...

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