The PNNL mirror provides an additional site to download software. This site will ease network traffic and allow faster software distributions. As a leader in advanced scientific computing PNNL is pleased to offer this mirror site to enable the use of software in scientific discovery, modeling, and decision support.
Content is available using the HTTP protocol, but is presented in this web interface via HTTPS. Remember to configure your automatic scripts to access the content via http://mirror.pnnl.gov for high performance.
|Fedora||(40 minutes past every odd hour)|
Other Free and Open Source Software
|Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux (EPEL)||(as soon as fedora rsync completes)|
Content is refreshed at the times shown in parenthesis above. Our time zone is US Pacific (GMT-8 or GMT-7 depending on whether daylight savings time is in effect).
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