Instructions for adding a mirror, minor changes
==Setting up a Mirror==
Setting up a mirror is very easy.
All you need is a web server which is available via http, and (if possible) rsync.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
== System Summary ==
The Sugar Labs Content Delivery Network uses MirrorBrain as a redirector. The redirector, which lives in a Sugar Labs data center, keeps track of which files are available on which mirror.
When a a user requests a file, the redirector points the user to the correct mirror and automatically starts the file download.
=== Mirrors ===
[http://mirrors.sugarlabs.org Mirrors] are completely passive.
To set up a mirror, an mirror system administrator needs to:
* Set up rsync job to synchronise a copy of the files on downloads.sugarlabs.org onto their local system.
* Alert the Sugar Labs system administrators that they would like their mirror into rotation.
=== Redirector ===
* Register mirror with mirrorbrain
.* mirror probe