www-mirrors mailing list archives

Site index · List index
Message view « Date » · « Thread »
Top « Date » · « Thread »
From George R. Kasica <geor...@netwrx1.com>
Subject Re: New Mirror Layout
Date Tue, 13 Nov 2001 22:14:39 GMT

Here's the details for the mirror site below....IF I would mirror all
11 items what would that get me in terms of apache (besides about 11GB
of stuff) and how should they be organized by directory structure?


Please add the following mirror site for Apache


We're also mirroring the dist directory using the command

rsync -rtlzv --delete --exclude incoming dev.apache.org::apache-site

which we would be happy to run daily between the hours of 0000-0400
PST (0200-0600 CST) if that is acceptable.

We've also requested subscription to the mirrors mailing list.

Thank you,

>On Wed, 14 Nov 2001 08:44:09 +1100, you wrote:

>If you are after a full mirror of the httpd stuff, you would mirror 
>Send your details through to me again George and i'll add you asap as we've
>been having some email problems at work and the email might not have gotten
>-----Original Message-----
>From: George R. Kasica [mailto:georgek@netwrx1.com]
>Sent: 14, 11, 2001 4:12 AM
>To: mirrors@apache.org
>Subject: Re: New Mirror Layout
>As a new mirror here (btw, still not listed)
>What would I rsync from the below listing on your web site at:
>which shows:
>apache-site 549mb
>apache-dist 532mb
>apr-site 8.9mb
>dev-site 309mb 
>httpd-site 90mb
>jakarta-site 3.9gb 
>java-site 50mb
>perl-site 54mb 
>search-site 139mb
>tcl-site 1.0k 
>xml-site 2.4gb
>in order to get a complete mirror with no duplication? All 11 items or
>just apache-site?? 
>And what should the tree structure here look like? All items in one
>directory  like
>/home/ftp/pub/apache with the individual items under that??

===[George R. Kasica]===        +1 262 677 0766
President                       +1 206 374 6482 FAX 
Netwrx Consulting Inc.          Jackson, WI USA 
ICQ #12862186

View raw message