[CentOS-mirror] [Mirror] Question about becoming a mirror
vadtec at vadtec.net
Wed May 13 02:08:10 UTC 2009
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Wow...200G is alot. How far back does the mirror go, as in versions? Even 30G
for just the 5.X series would push me a bit. I have loads of BW, but only 100G
of HD space to use for this. I would mirror Cent in a heartbeat, but I just
can't afford the HD space.
Maybe things will change. If I can mirror just the 5.X branch, or maybe just the
5.3 branch, and still be listed publicly, I may be able to help.
vadtec at vadec.net
Garret Picchioni wrote:
> I am currently mirroring 5.x privately and it utilizes 29.34GB
> CSClub Mirror [David Bartley] wrote:
>> On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 2:09 PM, Vadtec <vadtec at vadtec.net> wrote:
> I am interested in becoming a CentOS mirror, but when I looked at the How To, it
> didn't bother to say how much HD space it is going to require. I have a large
> amount of BW to spare, but HD space is premium for me. Rather than wasting
> resources and downloading the entire mirror like it suggest, I figure it's
> better to ask here.
> So, how much space would be required to mirror the entire setup?
>>> It uses 156G on my mirror. Setting aside 200G is probably safe.
>>> -- David
> I may also look at mirroring just the 5.X series out of necessity. Is that
> allowed as a public mirror?
> Any help is greatly appreciated.
> vadtec at vadtec.net
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