[CentOS-mirror] Rsync on Windows & Mirroring Best Practices
Mote, Ty R.
Ty.Mote at krumisd.net
Sat Sep 16 22:43:51 UTC 2006
There isn't anything native. You can do virtual directories within IIS but not programmatically (again, natively) so it would be a hassle.
I'll just plan on putting up a centos box (using some spare parts from my girlie robot) and host the mirror that way. This only means it will be a few weeks before I come online... no big deal.
Ty R. Mote
Assistant Director of Technology
Krum Independent School District
ty.mote at krumisd.net
From: centos-mirror-bounces at centos.org on behalf of Zenon Panoussis
Sent: Sat 2006-09-16 01:06
To: Mailing list for CentOS mirrors.
Subject: Re: [CentOS-mirror] Rsync on Windows & Mirroring Best Practices
Karanbir Singh wrote:
> but the symlinks is worrying - your mirror will effectively be non
> usable, unless the $releasever/ matching symlinks work and are moved
> around in sync with the centos msync network.
> I am open to suggestions from people on how we might be able to work
> around this, nothing obvious comes to my mind. except that the entire
> latest version tree be also copied under the $releasever/ tree.
> effectively doubling the entire mirror size.
Does IIS have something like apache's Alias directive? If so, filesystem
symlinking could be translated to webserver aliasing, same thing done in
a different way.
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