Just : Thanks for your quick reply.
Doing nothing means that at every update you got one more mirrolist… filling your folder for nothing, right ?
Wrong. A new .pacnew removes the old one. There’s only one .pacnew in any dir at a time.
Install reflector for just few times a year, the same can be done by command line.
reflector is the most powerful and flexible command line utility.
I’m going to remove the “old” mirrolist and rename the new one, then uncomment the wished mirrors.
The “wished mirrors” might not coincide with the fastest ones, recoverable by reflector for your current geographical location.
Obviously, the decision is only up to you.
What about antergos.mirrorlist, what for is it exactly ?
It holds the list of server and mirrors, where [anterogs] repo resides, and only this repo. It is neither included in .pacnew from Arch, nor may be treated with reflector.
P.S. PacmanXG4 complaining that theyr’s a new available version but no one through pacman update. I don’t understand…?
I’m not in Arch/Antergos right now, so can’t verify that. If PacmanXG4 is from AUR, you’ll never see it with pacman. Use yaourt instead. Or other package managers that work with AUR. Pacman does not.