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From Brian Behlendorf <br...@organic.com>
Subject Re: CVS mirroring
Date Tue, 03 Feb 1998 17:43:58 GMT

Here are the package names and their purpose.  I'm surprised cvsup doesn't
provide a way to browser this... hmm.  

  cvs-all ......... the complete CVS repository (for complete ,v file copies)

  apache-1.2 ...... the old source (<1.3) repository (for checkouts) 
  apache-1.2-docs . simply the /htdocs directory from apache-1.2
  apache-1.3 ...... the new source (>1.3) repository (for checkouts) 
  apache-1.3-docs . simply the /htdocs directory from apache-1.3
  apache-site ..... the www.apache.org repository (usually for checkouts) 
  apache-devsite .. the dev.apache.org repository (usually for checkouts) 
  apache-dist ..... the www.apache.org/dist mirror, only including items 
                    not covered by apache-site.
  mod-perl ........ the Perl module CVS repository.


At 05:32 PM 2/3/98 +0100, Juraj Bednar wrote:
>Hi,
>> There are two ways to mirror the CVS trees we have available.  Included in
>> those CVS trees is the web site, actually, though it does not include the
>> /dist tree since storing that in CVS would be a monster pain.
>> 
>> If you have "cvsup" installed, you can use the cvsup server at
>> www.apache.org.  I strongly recommend this as the most efficient way of
>> transferring files.
>Yes, but one question - what's the package name for the www root ???
>
>   Sincerely,
>     Juraj Bednar.
>
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