[CentOS-mirror] Only .torrents to mirrors?

Wed May 3 12:52:07 UTC 2006
Johnny Hughes <mailing-lists at hughesjr.com>

On Wed, 2006-05-03 at 08:40 -0400, William Dunn wrote:
> Mark Nipper wrote:
> > On 02 May 2006, Lance Davis wrote:
> >> One problem is that Apache historically doesnt cope with files larger 
> >> than 2GB , and just refuses to display a directory listing at all when 
> >> such files are present.
> > 
> >         Out of curiosity, what are other people running for their
> > web server?  I'm running Apache 2.2 specifically because I mirror
> > some things with DVD images which break the 2GB boundary.  I was
> > running Cherokee previously, but found Apache better suited for
> > my needs.  But I'm curious how other, larger mirrors are handling
> > this.
> > 
> Running 1.3.27.
> Why?  That's what it was running when I inherited it.  I could upgrade 
> to 2.x probably without much headache; the machine doesn't do anything 
> else but mirror, and doesn't need php/mod_perl/wha'eva.
> If you guys at Centos need us to do that, though, give us a couple of 
> days notice.
2.0.x won't work ... it would have to be 2.2.x

we don't have that for centos now ... so it gets harder

that is the main reason why we don't pass out the DVDs currently.

we are working to make this happen though .. so people who want the DVDs
will have an rsync target where they can get them.
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