You can mirror any channel from Anaconda.org using Anaconda Enterprise Repository.
In addition to the default Anaconda channel, some common channels are the Conda-Forge and R channels.
You can mirror these or any other channel into their own channels on your Anaconda Enterprise Repository installation.
1. Create a yaml file for the channel to be mirrored, r.yaml and conda-forge.yaml.
Add the channels and URL to the channel in each file. This configuration will mirror everything from the channel including all platforms and all python versions.
To start the mirroring process, run the following commands:
anaconda-server-sync-conda --mirror-config r.yaml --account=r-channel
anaconda-server-sync-conda --mirror-config conda-forge.yaml --account=conda-forge
--mirror-config : points to the path of the yaml file. If this file is not in the current working directory you will need to specify the full path.
--account: create the channel on your installation of Anaconda Repository. The name is specified after the = symbol.
2. Edit the yaml file to configure your mirror for specific packages, python versions, operating system platforms, architectures, and licenses.
platforms : specify what operating systems and architectures you want to mirror packages for: win-32, win-64, linux-32, linux-64, osx-32, osx-64.
python_versions: specify the python version of the packages being mirrored in the format of X.Y: 2.6, 2.7, 3.4, 3.5, etc.
pkg_list: specify the exact package names you want to mirror from the channel. Packages named here will be mirrored.
Example yaml file:
This configuration mirrors Linux 64-bit and Windows 64-bit platform versions of the Numpy and Scipy packages for Python-2.7 from the Conda-Forge channels:
MORE INFO: For other options like blacklisting, whitelisting, and license filtering, see the documentation.