[CentOS-mirror] Mirroring Release of CentOS 5 Beta
rford at candis.com.cn
Fri Mar 9 04:50:28 UTC 2007
I am not questioning your design goals or requirements.
But it took me having to read many response to get a grip as to what
is what. The fact that others may be able to do this with less
reading or more time hacking, is not an idigtment of my competency.
The art of good communication is brevity, accuracy and timeliness.
I am not trying to score points here, but next time a major effort is
needed, maybe the "thought writing" and desires are popped into a
text editor first and re-read before going out in email - as opposed
to writing as it is thought of direct to email.
Anyway, I still don't know if I need a seperate IP - but I will
assign one in any case.
On 9 Mar 2007, at 4:44 AM, Lance Davis wrote:
> On Fri, 9 Mar 2007, Richard Ford wrote:
>> So you want us to provide RSYNC services too?
>> That is - if I only run HTTP now - I also have to offer and RSYNC
>> server as well?
>> This can be done, not sure of the logic - but will use more of my CPU
>> Do we have to provide a free IP on a virtual host or just a virtual
>> host? No matter if I use one, two, three or more aliased IP's on
>> physical server - I always do stuff like this as a vhost for better
>> Perhaps the centos beta stuff can be more clearly, simply and
>> precisely explained as opposed to a dribble of half expressed emails
>> and equally self serving responses - busy people really don't have
>> time to work out what others are trying to say or how one persons
>> experiences carry over to themselves. Maybe some filtering and
>> formatting between brain and fingers/keyboard? Think of it as a
>> requirements specification, even some rudimentary UML or use cases
>> with event/actions would help, seriously!
>> Failing that, I would settle for a coherent paragraph of the Queens
>> English and a clear technical requirement spec.
> I am sorry that you are disappointed with the request others have
> managed to make sense of it and comply.
> If you do not want to provide rsync access fine, but your mirror
> will not be able to be a part of beta.centos.org.
> The whole point is that all the machines that are mapped on to that
> behave similarily, otherwise it would cause no end of problems for
> end users.
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