Re: New ftpsync version
> ..is anonftpsync now broken, or is todays sudden over 20 minutes worth
> of "receiving incremental file list", just a new coupla architectures
> coming out on the mirrors?
anonftpsync is broken and should NOT be used. The one and only
officially supported script is ftpsync. anonftpsync just has too many
problems to be any good. :)
> I see http://www.debian.org/mirrors/ftpmirror mentions kfreebsd-amd64
> and kfreebsd-i386, adding those 2 to ARCH_EXCLUDE, makes it _much_
> quicker and did not delete any kfreebsd-* files.
Well, anonftpsync is broken (deja vu :) ). ftpsync would delete them.
Anyway, Those two architectures got added a while ago. They alone
shouldn't make such a huge difference on mirroring speed currently, they
are still very basic within Debian and don't have that many files around.
You're in good shape for being a Debian, with a SAP background
... anything has to look good from there...