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Re: new 'older' files on ftp.debian.org?

Just as a side note I just noticed that I received about 200megs from 
master in last few days..

On Tue, 7 May 1996, Karl Ferguson wrote:

> Hi everyone (and Matthew Bailey in particular:-)
> It seems that ftp.debian.org's files have been refreshed (well, my mirror
> here is getting a lot of the debian-0.93 stuff as we speak) and this is
> causing me to reget the files which are already here with another date.
> A solution is to add get_newer=false, but this shouldn't be necessary.  Are
> the files being refreshed at masters end too?
> Regards,
> ...Karl
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