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Re: About jigdo test on cdimage.d.o

On Thu, 2002-05-02 at 18:19, Heikki Vatiainen wrote:
> I built three i386 images with jigdo-mirror using jigdo and template
> files from http://cdimage.debian.org/jigdo-area/
> The images were built correctly once maxMissing was raised above 25,
> just as Mattias noted. It looks like about 80 files were fetched from
> the snapshot archive for e.g. i386 disk 3.  This was the reason why I
> only built three CDs since downloading hundreds of files for just
> testing seemed like waste of bandwidth when an up-to-date mirror is
> sitting on the same disk. Phil, are you planning to update the
> snapshot soon?

Yeah, will do tonight probably.  open's currently fscking it's /home,
having marked /home read-only after finding a broken directory inode
this afternoon.

It would have been a lot quicker if I'd rebooted (well, it takes about
45 minutes), but open's not overly fussed about having a read-only home,
so I might as well let people carry on using it while the fsck does it's

> Also, the jigdo and template files seem not to be available via rsync
> anymore. Will this be changed?

Good point.  They're here:


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