Following on from this question.
Question Context :
A considerable portion of its mass has been shaved off during the process & ejected backwards along its path by Railgun to help increase orbital velocity (if we need additional thrust to break orbit, perhaps nuclear explosions in a concave ablation shield could be used).
It's now a stubby rough formed cylindre with a length of at least 11 km & a width of some 5 km or more in which we've excavated 10 tunnels each 3 km long in two rows 1 km apart (so like 5 tubes with a 1 km plug in the middle of each strapped around a central tube).
Which leaves a 1 km thickness of rock to shield against radiation with an extra 1 km front & back (so 2 km there), the main propulsion envisioned is that of project orion, so the rear thickness can be considered additional shock absorption & ablation shielding.
This cylinder spins around its short axis fast enough to keep things in the tunnels on the 'ground'
The Question Itself :
How fast do we spin this for a centrifugal force of 9.80665 metres per second squared (One g) to mimic Earth's gravity on the 'floor' of our habitat tubes?