Void Linux Mirrors

Void Linux maintains mirrors in several geographic regions for users. A fresh install will default to repo-default.voidlinux.org, which may map to any Tier 1 mirror, but you may have a better experience by selecting a different mirror.

Available Mirrors

The status of all listed mirrors can be viewed on Void's Grafana dashboard.

Tier 1 mirrors

Tier 1 mirrors are maintained by the Void Linux Infrastructure Team. These mirrors sync directly from the build servers and will always have the latest packages available.

Mirror Region Location
https://repo-fi.voidlinux.org/ Europe Helsinki, Finland
https://repo-de.voidlinux.org/ Europe Frankfurt, Germany
https://repo-fastly.voidlinux.org/ Globally Available Fastly Global CDN
https://mirrors.servercentral.com/voidlinux/ North America Chicago, USA

Tier 2 mirrors

Tier 2 mirrors sync from a nearby Tier 1 mirror when possible. These mirrors are not managed by Void and do not have any guarantees of freshness or completeness of packages, nor are they required to sync every available architecture or sub-repository.

Mirror Region Location
https://mirror.ps.kz/voidlinux/ Asia Almaty, Kazakhstan
https://mirror.nju.edu.cn/voidlinux/ Asia China
https://mirrors.bfsu.edu.cn/voidlinux/ Asia Beijing, China
https://mirrors.cnnic.cn/voidlinux/ Asia Beijing, China
https://mirrors.tuna.tsinghua.edu.cn/voidlinux/ Asia Beijing, China
https://mirror.sjtu.edu.cn/voidlinux/ Asia Shanghai, China
https://repo.jing.rocks/voidlinux/ Asia Tokyo, Japan
https://void.webconverger.org/ Asia Singapore
http://ftp.dk.xemacs.org/voidlinux/ Europe Denmark
https://mirrors.dotsrc.org/voidlinux/ Europe Denmark
https://ftp.cc.uoc.gr/mirrors/linux/voidlinux/ Europe Greece
https://voidlinux.mirror.garr.it/ Europe Italy
https://void.cijber.net/ Europe Amsterdam, Netherlands
https://void.sakamoto.pl/ Europe Warsaw, Poland
http://ftp.debian.ru/mirrors/voidlinux/ Europe Russia
https://mirror.yandex.ru/mirrors/voidlinux/ Europe Russia
https://ftp.lysator.liu.se/pub/voidlinux/ Europe Sweden
https://mirror.accum.se/mirror/voidlinux/ Europe Sweden
https://mirror.puzzle.ch/voidlinux/ Europe Bern, Switzerland
https://mirror.vofr.net/voidlinux/ North America California, USA
https://mirror2.sandyriver.net/pub/voidlinux/ North America Kentucky, USA
https://mirror.clarkson.edu/voidlinux/ North America New York, USA
https://mirror.0xem.ma/voidlinux/ North America Montreal, Canada
https://mirror.aarnet.edu.au/pub/voidlinux/ Oceania Canberra, Australia
https://ftp.swin.edu.au/voidlinux/ Oceania Melbourne, Australia
https://voidlinux.com.br/repo/ South and Central America Ouro Preto, Brazil
http://void.chililinux.com/voidlinux/ South and Central America Pimenta Bueno, Brazil

Tor Mirrors

Void Linux is also mirrored on the Tor network. See Using Tor Mirrors for more information.

Changing the Selected Mirror

See the Void Linux Handbook for instructions.

Creating a Mirror

If you'd like to set up a mirror, and are confident you can keep it reasonably up-to-date, follow one of the many guides available for mirroring with rsync(1). You should be syncing from rsync://repo-sync.voidlinux.org/voidlinux/. To list your mirror on this site, submit a pull request to the xmirror repository that adds your mirror to mirrors.yaml.

A full mirror requires around 1TB of storage. It is also possible to mirror only part of the repositories. Excluding debug packages is one way of decreasing the load on the Tier 1 mirrors, with low impact on users.

Please keep in mind that we pay bandwidth for all data sent out from the Tier 1 mirrors. You can respect this by only mirroring if your use case for your mirror will offset the network throughput consumed by your mirror syncing.