[CentOS-mirror] New mirror
bownes at gmail.com
Fri Oct 23 20:22:02 UTC 2009
So do I need to do anything special if I am going to have two machines (in
disparate locations) on a round robin DNS answering to mirror.seiri.com (and
rsyncing from msync)
I could sync one from the other, but that kinda defeats the round robin
2009/10/23 João Carlos Mendes Luís <jonny at jonny.eng.br>
> That's why we really need block level deduplication, ASAP... ;-)
> Jeff Sheltren wrote:
> > On Oct 23, 2009, at 10:22 AM, Nick Olsen wrote:
> >> Never Thought of that....
> >> I guess your right.
> >> Don't really see why ISO's shouldn't be carried though.
> > Disk space.
> > Some people (I won't name names, *cough* warthog *cough*) might argue
> > that having ISO images is simply a replication of the packages we're
> > already carrying on the mirror and that there should be a better way
> > to handle stuff so that mirrors don't end up with multiple copies of
> > what is essentially the same data.
> > -Jeff
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