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Re: Setting up an internal Debian AMD64 mirror

Thanks Brett,

I just tried your mirror using debmirror and this is what I get:

# debmirror -e rsync -a amd64 -h mirror.phy.bnl.gov -r :Debian-amd64 -d
sid,sarge /mirror/debian-amd64

 Release signature does not verify, use -v to see the gpg error.
 Release signature does not verify, use -v to see the gpg error.
 dists/sid/main/source/Sources.gz failed md5sum check
 dists/sid/contrib/source/Sources.gz failed md5sum check
 dists/sid/non-free/source/Sources.gz failed md5sum check
 dists/sarge/main/source/Sources.gz failed md5sum check
 dists/sarge/contrib/source/Sources.gz failed md5sum check
 dists/sarge/non-free/source/Sources.gz failed md5sum check
Failed to download some Package, Sources, Contents or release files!
WARNING: releasing 1 pending lock...

I get similar errors when trying the http method on
debian-amd64.alioth.debian.org. I guess the amd64 repository is not
"official" enough for debmirror to swallow.

How do you mirror alioth? I'm thinking of using plain rsync so that no
one bothers checking md5sum signatures.


On Wed, 2005-03-02 at 14:41 -0500, Brett Viren wrote:
> "Pedro Sanchez" <psanchez@nortel.com> writes:
> > I want to use rsync anyways. debmirror seems to support it but
> > apt-mirror ans apt-proxy don't. I'll then start with debmirror.
> apt-proxy doesn't mirror per se.  Rather it lets some machine (in my
> case a gateway that bridges a private net and the internet) look like
> a local mirror while actually pulling from a real, second mirror.  
> > So, again, are there any AMD64 rsync servers that I can use? Is alioth
> > rsync-enabled?
> Yes.  You are also free to use mine at:
> mirror.phy.bnl.gov::Debian-amd64
> -Brett.

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