[CentOS-devel] Missing yum-plugin-priorities in the Extras
milan.kerslager at pslib.cz
Tue Aug 15 16:32:18 UTC 2006
On Tue, Aug 15, 2006 at 06:24:49PM +0200, Milan Keršláger wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 15, 2006 at 12:44:06PM +0200, Daniel de Kok wrote:
> > On Tue, 2006-08-15 at 11:30 +0200, Milan Keršláger wrote:
> > > there is source package for yum-plugin-priorities, but no builded
> > > package in the Extras tree. Why?
> > If you want a package of the current version, it is still available from
> > the CentOS-Testing tree (<insert note about the risk of using beta
> > quality software>).
> I see timestamp 18-Nov-2005 at http://dev.centos.org.
> There is 4.4beta tree with core packages only.
> There is no link at http://centos.org to development tree. Full mirrors
> has only bunch of similar releases (4.0, 4.1, 4.2 etc) and only differ
> in updates.
> Maybe you may delete whole old trees (like RH does), possibly save old
> ISOs. This will save a lot of disk space and bandwith. Think about
> CentOS version 5 and 3-4 times per year 4GB+ more data.
> IE: = 4 versions per year * 4 releases * 4GB = 64GB per year (!!!)
> It seems that (sometimes) less mean more.
Ooops. It is not 4GB per release! It is 4GB expanded tree, 4GB DVDs and
4GB CDs. Plus 5 non-x86 archs, so this mean:
1TB od data per year. Doh!
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