url=http://mirrors.mageia.org/api/mageia.4.i586.list; wget -q ${url} -O - | grep rsync:

Get a list of Mageia Linux mirrors providing rsync connectivity for Mageia 4 release

Need to find a Mageia Linux mirror server providing Mageia 4 via rsync? Modify the "url=" string for the version you want. This shows i586 which is the 32bit version. If you want the 64bit version it is: url=http://mirrors.mageia.org/api/mageia.4.x86_64.list; wget -q ${url} -O - | grep rsync:
Sample Output
url=http://mirrors.mageia.org/api/mageia.4.i586.list; wget -q ${url} -O - | grep rsync:
continent=SA,zone=BR,country=BR,latitude=-10,longitude=-55,version=4,arch=i586,type=distrib,url=rsync://mageia.c3sl.ufpr.br/mageia/distrib/4/i586
continent=EU,zone=FR,country=FR,city=Paris,latitude=48.8463,longitude=2.35593,version=4,arch=i586,type=distrib,url=rsync://distrib-coffee.ipsl.jussieu.fr/pub/linux/Mageia/distrib/4/i586
continent=AS,zone=JP,country=JP,city=Tsukuba,latitude=36.1046,longitude=140.102,version=4,arch=i586,type=distrib,url=rsync://ftp.tsukuba.wide.ad.jp/mageia/distrib/4/i586
continent=AS,zone=JP,country=JP,city=石川,latitude=36.4433,longitude=136.593,version=4,arch=i586,type=distrib,url=rsync://ftp.jaist.ac.jp/pub/Linux/Mageia/distrib/4/i586
continent=EU,zone=FR,country=FR,city=Lyon,latitude=45.7815,longitude=4.87233,version=4,arch=i586,type=distrib,url=rsync://fr2.rpmfind.net/linux/mageia/distrib/4/i586
continent=EU,zone=GB,country=GB,city=Canterbury,latitude=51.2987,longitude=1.07005,version=4,arch=i586,type=distrib,url=rsync://www.mirrorservice.org/mageia.org/pub/mageia/distrib/4/i586
continent=EU,zone=SE,country=SE,city=Uppsala,latitude=59.8404,longitude=17.6497,version=4,arch=i586,type=distrib,url=rsync://ftp.sunet.se/pub/Linux/distributions/mageia/distrib/4/i586
continent=EU,zone=DE,country=DE,city=Esslingen,latitude=48.7449,longitude=9.32307,version=4,arch=i586,type=distrib,url=rsync://ftp-stud.hs-esslingen.de/Mageia/distrib/4/i586
continent=EU,zone=SE,country=SE,city=Ume?,latitude=62,longitude=15,version=4,arch=i586,type=distrib,url=rsync://ftp.acc.umu.se/mirror/mageia/distrib/4/i586
continent=SA,zone=BR,country=BR,city=Brasilia,latitude=-20.4665,longitude=-40.5066,version=4,arch=i586,type=distrib,url=rsync://mageia.fis.unb.br/mageia/distrib/4/i586
continent=NA,zone=US,country=US,city=Fremont, CA,latitude=37.5,longitude=-121.9,version=4,arch=i586,type=distrib,url=rsync://mirror.9nav.com/mageia/distrib/4/i586
continent=NA,zone=US,country=US,city=Durham,latitude=35.8896,longitude=-78.9244,version=4,arch=i586,type=distrib,url=rsync://distro.ibiblio.org/mageia/distrib/4/i586
continent=EU,zone=RU,country=RU,city=Moscow,latitude=55.7514,longitude=37.621,version=4,arch=i586,type=distrib,url=rsync://mirror.yandex.ru/mageia/distrib/4/i586
continent=AS,zone=CN,country=CN,city=Beijing,latitude=35,longitude=105,version=4,arch=i586,type=distrib,url=rsync://mirrors.yun-idc.com/mageia/distrib/4/i586
continent=NA,zone=US,country=US,latitude=38,longitude=-97,version=4,arch=i586,type=distrib,url=rsync://mirrors.kernel.org/mirrors/mageia/distrib/4/i586
continent=EU,zone=CZ,country=CZ,city=Brno,latitude=49.2104,longitude=16.5967,version=4,arch=i586,type=distrib,url=rsync://ftp.fi.muni.cz/pub/linux/mageia/distrib/4/i586
continent=EU,zone=BY,country=BY,city=Minsk,latitude=53.901,longitude=27.5853,version=4,arch=i586,type=distrib,url=rsync://mirror.datacenter.by/mageia/distrib/4/i586
continent=EU,zone=DE,country=DE,city=G?ttingen,latitude=51,longitude=9,version=4,arch=i586,type=distrib,url=rsync://ftp5.gwdg.de/pub/linux/mageia/distrib/4/i586
continent=EU,zone=NL,country=NL,city=Enschede,latitude=52.2388,longitude=6.85696,version=4,arch=i586,type=distrib,url=rsync://ftp.snt.utwente.nl/mageia/distrib/4/i586
continent=EU,zone=BE,country=BE,city=Brussels,latitude=50.8471,longitude=4.35436,version=4,arch=i586,type=distrib,url=rsync://ftp.belnet.be/mageia/distrib/4/i586
continent=EU,zone=IT,country=IT,city=Milan,latitude=45.2749,longitude=9.31641,version=4,arch=i586,type=distrib,url=rsync://vodka.sublink.org/mageia/distrib/4/i586
continent=EU,zone=CZ,country=CZ,city=Zlin,latitude=49.2245,longitude=17.6725,version=4,arch=i586,type=distrib,url=rsync://mirror.oss.maxcdn.com/mirrors/mageia/distrib/4/i586

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