Mirror of RPM Fusion (mirror.serverion.com) is unreachable


Does somebody know how to contact the people behind the project RPM Fusion?
Reason: their mirror (mirror.serverion.com) is unreachable.

I already created a bug report for this (here), but no one is responding.

- Scott Trakker

Additionally, we can tag it here and it will likely be seen by them. rpmfusion


I can access the link from Brazil.

Did you do a sudo dnf upgrade --refresh or a flush dns for your computer?

As an alternative you could change the /etc/dnf/dnf.conf file like here:

And choose a other mirror till things get fixed for you.

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Thanks for your reply!

When I visited the link https://mirrors.rpmfusion.org/free/fedora/rpmfusion-free-release-38.noarch.rpm I get redirected to https://mirror.serverion.com/rpmfusion/free/fedora/rpmfusion-free-release-38.noarch.rpm and get the message that the browser is unable to connect to mirror.serverion.com. When I use wget I get the message failed: No route to host, so there must be some kind of network problem.

I use Fedora Silverblue, so DNF is not installed on the system :face_with_diagonal_mouth:.

Hopefully, someone of RPM Fusion will respond!

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I disabled that mirror for now. Thanks for the report.


Sorry it was not clear that you talk from Silverblue. I added the the adequate tag.

Anyway it seams there is a problem. Maybe a good idea is also try to get in contact with the provider who offers the mirror. They probably just changed structure there and we do not now it yet.

Loosing a worldwide mirror is always bad for a project like Fedora.

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Thanks! That solves the problem :smiling_face:!

Sorry I wasn’t clear: I indeed did not mention Silverblue.
Contacting the mirror is up to RPM Fusion, I think.

You got the answer … just deactivated the mirror on the list. It is better when two instances complaining then no one :grin:

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Contacting the mirror is up to RPM Fusion, I think.

Not necessarily. Sometimes it might be quicker if you just talk to the mirror maintainer. This cases seems to be special, the mirror does not seem responsive since mid if of March, so maybe they just stopped their complete mirror service.

It not looks like checking on their website. It is still there. But probably the sponsor who made it for Fedora might give up?!

How could we find out the mirror maintainer? As you said the Serverion.com not appears anymore on the list because it is deactivated.

Start at the beginning.
www.serverion.com is an active site and provides a phone number for contact.