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Re: package pool and big Packages.gz file

>>>>> " " == Brian May <bam@debian.org> writes:

>>>>> "Goswin" == Goswin Brederlow <goswin.brederlow@student.uni-tuebingen.de> writes:
    Goswin> Actually the load should drop, providing the following
    Goswin> feature add ons:

     > How does rproxy cope? Does it require a high load on the
     > server?  I suspect not, but need to check on this.

     > I think of rsync as just being a quick hack, rproxy is the
     > (long-term) direction we should be headed. rproxy is the same
     > as rsync, but based on the HTTP protocol, so it should be
     > possible (in theory) to integrate into programs like Squid,
     > Apache and Mozilla (or so the authors claim).  -- Brian May
     > <bam@debian.org>


Sounds more like encapsulation of an rsync similar protocol in html,
but its hard to tell from the few words you write. Could be intresting

Anyway, it will not resolve the problem with compressed files if its
just like rsync.


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