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Re: Solving the compression dilema when rsync-ing Debian versions

>>>>> " " == Wichert Akkerman <wichert@valinux.com> writes:

     > Previously Jason Gunthorpe wrote:
    >> Has anyone checked out what the size hit is, and how well
    >> ryncing debs like this performs in actual use?

     > Size hit is under 1%, and combined with the rsync --fuzzy stuff
     > you get about 65% (iirc) less data send over the wire compared
     > to a normal mirror. I'm guessing all of Rustys data will appear
     > on http://linux.conf.au/ soon.

Which gets me back to my patches to make rsync NOT block the cpu and

How about increasing the mirror by 1-2% to allow the rsync algorithm
to be used via the HTPP/1.1 protocol from ANY http mirror.


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