[CentOS-mirror] Comparative disk usage patterns

Sun Oct 17 13:08:01 UTC 2010
Bangladeshi CentOS Mirror Maintainer [BD-SERVERS.NET] <centos-org at bauani.org>

Hello John

It is really nice job.

I am writing from Bangladesh, a country on South Asia with population
of 1500 Million with 144k squire kilometer.  Highest density of

Anyway, I myself Maintain few of Linux Project & GNU Projects. I
started with CentOS. Now it's becoming bigger and bigger.

You work just give me a visual idea of Disk Space Usage of CentOS
Mirror Project. In my other email, I said that CentOS is the easiest
to Mirror, but CentOS Master Mirror Maintainer Disagreed with me.

Just forget everything, Let me give you a Thanks from deep of my heart
to build the Idea, create the graph & finally share with us. It's a
real nice work which can share with others and show the CentOS
Judgment of using Disk Space for it's Supporter (Mirror Hoster)

Just a query, Can I use this graph on any blog, website or other media?


Ahamed Bauani

My Mirror Site Located in Bangladesh

On Sat, Oct 16, 2010 at 6:13 AM, J.H. <warthog9 at kernel.org> wrote:
> Hey Everyone,
> Just thought I'd share a graph I made up which shows the relative size
> on disk of what kernel.org has.
> http://userweb.kernel.org/~warthog9/wall-o-shame/mirrors.all.oct.1.2010.pretty.png
> I'm going to try and update it every so often (new graphs will be in
> that wall-o-shame directory).
> Just figured it's some interesting data, and I must say I'm actually
> quite impressed with CentOS' judicious use of disk space.
> Anyway just sharing since I needed the graph for other things.
> - John 'Warthog9' Hawley
> Chief Kernel.org Administrator
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