Re: partial Debian mirroring - Was: dpkg rewrite in Java
Chris Halls <email@example.com> writes:
> On Tue, 2004-04-27 at 21:45, Tobias Hertkorn wrote:
>> apt-proxy blockes until all data is received. Eg. if you try to
>> download kernel images over dialup (extrem example) apt-get times out
>> and complains. It also slows down the overall process dramatically.
>> Being a script doesn't help either.
> This only applies to version 1, and only when using rsync as a backend.
> Version 2 (in experimental) is written in Python, is much faster, and
> streams files as it downloads them from all backend types.
I have switched to V2 some time ago, and there are two things I don't
like about it:
- Big memory footprint, especially when downloading big
packages. There seems to be a correlation between the size of the
package and the memory consumed by apt-proxy, which is really bad
for things like OOo.
- Generally high CPU consumption
other than that, I think it's very nice.
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