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From "Andrew Kenna" <andr...@stamina.com.au>
Subject RE: apache.towardex.com URL path change
Date Fri, 06 Dec 2002 01:25:15 GMT
Ok cool, no probs

	-----Original Message-----
	From: hc [mailto:haesu@towardex.com] 
	Sent: Friday, 6 December 2002 12:05 PM
	To: mirrors@apache.org
	Subject: Re: apache.towardex.com URL path change
	Refresh again.. Rsync just finished. apache.towardex.com itself
is now just the apache-dist section. I no longer mirro the apache-site
	When I posted the message, rsync was still running, and it was
kinda messed up :-) It's all set now
	Andrew Kenna wrote:

		Are you still part way through mirroring this down ?
Because a couple of
		the images on the main page are broken.. Also when you
		apache-dist it is only the distribution files nothing to
do with the web
		-----Original Message-----
		From: hc [mailto:haesu@towardex.com] 
		Sent: Friday, 6 December 2002 11:52 AM
		To: mirrors@apache.org
		Subject: apache.towardex.com URL path change
		    We have stopped mirroring the apache-site module,
but we are now 
		mirroring apache-dist module, which is what you guys
prefer mirror 
		matainers to do anyway.
		SO, with that being said...
http://apache.towardex.com/dist you have on 
		your "download from a mirror" link would be no longer
valid. From now 
		on, it will be just http://apache.towardex.com.
		Please make this change on your web site when you get a
		Thank you in advance.
		Justin Erenkrantz wrote:

			--On Friday, December 6, 2002 9:43 AM +1100
Andrew Kenna
<mailto:andrewk@stamina.com.au>  wrote:

				From my understanding of Justin's
email... The ASF is not looking 

				people to mirror the apache web sites so
change your rsync script to 
				point fo apache-dist as this is specific
to the distributions 
				directory on the apache server.

			We will keep the other rsync modules open as
they have some cool stuff
			underneath - especially the mail archives.  =)
			But, most mirrors will probably only be
interested in the apache-dist
			module for now.  If you want to use more
bandwidth (ours and yours) 
			and more disk space (only yours), feel free to
rsync the others...
			Again, we might rethink our policy of mirroring
the website in the
			future (just not anytime soon).  Right now,
we're doing such a poor 
			job of mirroring, that it is much more important
to get distribution 
			of releases using mirrors.  Once the dust
settles and if our bandwidth


			is still a major concern, we'll investigate
mirroring more of our 
			content.  Baby steps!  -- justin


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