Re: debmirror: cpu bound?
FYI, the local mirror currently has about 12GB of content. I don't know
whether or not that implies I should expect a very long period of
CPU-boundedness for debmirror.
Christian Convey wrote:
I've got the following script that runs nightly to create a local debian
mirror. I inherited admin of the machine from someone who left.
It seems to not be doing its job (our mirror is pretty stale), and when
I run it manually, the system stays CPU bound for a LONG time. (16 hours
and counting.) I'm running the 20040926 version of debmirror.
Does anyone recognize my symptoms, or have a suggestion for what might
Here's the script:
debmirror /var/ftp/debian --method=ftp \
$SECTIONS $ARCH $MAIN "$@"
debmirror /var/ftp/debian-non-US --method=ftp \
$SECTIONS $ARCH $NONUS "$@"
debmirror /var/ftp/marillat --method=ftp \
--section=main --nosource \
--arch=i386 $MARILLAT "$@"
Thanks in advance for any advice.
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