Re: Using Debian GNU/Linux as base for commercial linux
Philip Hands <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On the downside, rsyncd currently uses more memory than ftpd,
> because it puts the entire directory tree into memory at once AFAIK.
I'm also having a hard time figuring out how to do what I want with
its globbing mechanism. Say you wanted to ignore all the dists, but
i386 and source, the straigtforward thing to say would be:
(you have to duplicate the entries because you want to get/ignore
symlinks or directories)
However, with these rules, if someone uploads a new package named
binary-frobnicator-2.44.1-2 you'll ignore it. Unless I'm missing
something obvious, this is another case where globs are not the right
tool for the job.
What I really want to say is:
Rob Browning <email@example.com> PGP=E80E0D04F521A094 532B97F5D64E3930