[CentOS] Local mirroring of the CentOS repos
lorenzo at gmk.it
Thu Oct 11 07:38:21 UTC 2007
Kai Schaetzl ha scritto:
> I figured I try if I can mirror the base and updates repos locally.
> There's no tutorial for that, only one about creating your own repo of
> packages which is not the same. So, I just mirrored all the stuff with
> wget and changed the baseurl in the repo files and hoped that's enough.
> Works. So easy you don't need a tutorial.
> *But* I then realized that the updates directory contains *all* updates,
> not just the latest. Which means if I don't regularly check I may get old
> versions mirrored I don't want. It also means that I get a lot of unwanted
> files at the time I start to mirror. And I cannot delete old files as
> these would again be mirrored in.
> An obvious solution would be to check each day and tell wget (or whatever
> software I use) to ignore files older than 24 hours. Still, this means the
> initial download has to get them all and I have to delete all unwanted old
> files manually.
> Is there a better solution?
Have you tried mrepo?
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