Command used to sync arch ro manjaro mirrors

sudo pacman-mirrors -g
Sample Output
:: Querying servers, this may take some time...
 -> 2.550 http://manjaro.mirror.ac.za/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 5.520 ftp://manjaro.mirror.ac.za/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 2.200 http://mirrors.ispros.com.bd/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 5.364 ftp://mirrors.ispros.com.bd/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 3.251 http://manjaro.fis.unb.br/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 1.943 http://www.las.ic.unicamp.br/pub/manjarolinux/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 3.678 http://mirrors.ustc.edu.cn/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 1.130 http://manjarolinux.polymorf.fr/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 1.191 http://ftp.halifax.rwth-aachen.de/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 1.265 http://ftp.tu-chemnitz.de/pub/linux/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 0.939 http://ftp.rz.tu-bs.de/pub/mirror/manjaro.org/repos/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 0.442 http://ftp.cc.uoc.gr/mirrors/linux/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 2.475 http://ftp.heanet.ie/mirrors/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 3.067 ftp://ftp.heanet.ie/mirrors/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 2.721 ftp://ftp.nluug.nl/pub/os/Linux/distr/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 0.772 http://ftp.nluug.nl/pub/os/Linux/distr/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 1.456 http://mirrors.xservers.ro/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 1.153 http://mirrors.serverhost.ro/manjaro/packages/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 1.163 http://ftp.lug.ro/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 3.357 http://free.twaren.net/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 3.770 http://free.nchc.org.tw/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 9.738 http://repo.manjaro.org.uk/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 1.473 http://mirror.dacentec.com/manjaro/stable/$repo/$arch
 -> 2.139 http://spiralinear.org/manjaro/repo/stable/$repo/$arch
:: Generated and saved '/etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist' mirrorlist.

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2013-05-16 13:55:39

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