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Re: [E-devel] cvs, servers and stuff.
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Am Fri, 18 Aug 2006 09:12:43 +0200
schrieb Slalomsk8er <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> As I wrote Raster (I wanted to write to this list but my mail client and
> I mixed things up), I think the ultimate way of addressing the server
> load would be BitTorrent as it is in principal a mirroring system and it
> is easy to track the stats (someone mentioned this is not so easy with
> cvs mirrors).
> BUT this makes only sense if you don't push a new .torrent out every 12
> hours ;)
> My proposal would be:
> 1. a .torrent every month or week when the code is in a good shape (this
> can save the server from the /. crowd ;) )
> 2. tarballs every day or a daily div of the tarball from which the
> .torrent was build (keep them till the next .torrent is out and then
> keep the sources tarball of all the .torrents)
> 3. I like the idea of the tarball divs (but is it needed to do this
> every 2 hours?)
> 4. keep anoncvs
> How much of the load comes from the gentoo users like me?
at least from me not much because i don't delete the cvs-tree after installing :)
> 5. make 2 ebuilds for the gentoo users one that uses the tarball from
> which the .torrent was build and one that uses the bleedingedge with the
> divs (the new 9999 ebuild)
> Dominik (Slalomsk8er) Riva
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