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Re: POSSIBLE BUG : some woody packages coming from potato and not pool?

> Unfortunately it doesn't seem to work if one uses rsync method and if I use
> ftp I run up again limit of users.
> specifically I tried running:
> # debmirror /fsys2/test-mirror -a i386,ia64 -h ftp.de.debian.org \
>    -e rsync -d stable   -r :debian --progress
> It appears to be downloading various package files and etc, but at the end
> it exits with
> dists/stable/main/binary-i386/Packages.gz: No such file or directory at
> /usr/bin/debmirror line 399.
> releasing 1 pending lock... at /usr/lib/perl5/LockFile/Simple.pm line 182.
> if one looks into the directory tree where the file is supposedly download
> there is nothing to be seen. Am I using the program incorrectly?
> What do you use?
In that case use my script at "http://dpartialmirror.sourceforge.net/";.

O. Wyss

Author of "Debian partial mirror synch script"

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