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From Emmanuel Bourg <ebo...@apache.org>
Subject Re: archive.apache.org/dist vs www.apache.org/dist
Date Fri, 12 Jun 2009 08:12:34 GMT
Mark Thomas a écrit :

> www... is the location for the latest releases. It should contain the
> latest release and the latest stable release (these may be the same
> release) for each release branch. Older releases should be cleaned out
> with each new release.

The older files are removed automatically, or is this a manual process?

> archive... is generated automatically from www and contains every
> release ever made. It should not be modified. Again, using commons-pool
> as an example, every pool release should be on archive.

Do you know the approximative delay before the files are replicated to 
archive.apache.org ? (hours, days ?)

> Generally, folks should be using the mirrors and just getting the
> signatures from us. If people want sigs for older releases, archive is
> better.

Thank you for the clarification.

Emmanuel Bourg

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