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From jason andrade <ja...@dstc.edu.au>
Subject Re: Jakara problems
Date Wed, 03 Oct 2001 00:40:43 GMT
On Wed, 3 Oct 2001, Andrew Kenna wrote:

> The easist way if you do not want to mirror the jakarta distributions is to
> put in a --exclude jakarta into your daily rsync lines
> 

hi andrew,

i don't think its about not wanting to mirror it.  it's about the structure
and changes not making a lot of sense.  e.g is it really required to have
2G of jakarta changes in a mirror of total size 4G.  particularly when
the httpd is the most hit/downloaded part of it ? (guessing) from the mirror
point of view.

the committed disk space is not a problem - the incremental changes are.  i
know for us allocating 5G to apache is reasonable.  it wouldn't be reasonable
to expect to need to download 2G daily though (extreme case).

regards,

-jason


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