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Re: Setting up an internal Debian AMD64 mirror

On Wed, 2005-03-02 at 15:14 -0500, Brett Viren wrote:
> "Pedro Sanchez" <psanchez@nortel.com> writes:
> > 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.
> My mirror (when it doesn't break down due to full disks) should just
> be a straight copy of alioth so anything breaks there gets reproduced
> here.  I don't know what exactly is failing.
> > How do you mirror alioth? I'm thinking of using plain rsync so that no
> > one bothers checking md5sum signatures.
> Straight rsync.  Here is the full command line
> /usr/bin/rsync --exclude Archive-Update-in-Progress-phyppro1.phy.bnl.gov --delete-excluded -avlH --partial --delete --exclude project/trace/phyppro1 --exclude-from=/root/mirror/debian-amd64.exclude debian-amd64.alioth.debian.org::debian-amd64/ /local.dsk/raid0/ftp/pub/debian-amd64/
> -Brett.

This looks like my rsync script which is based on the one in the Debian
web pages. The piece I was missing was the ::debian-amd64 part which is
not accessible via http.

My mirror is loading now!


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