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Re: Are mails sent to xxxx <at> buildd.debian.org sent to /dev/null ?

On Fri, Dec 17, 2004 at 11:34:16PM -0500, Joey Hess wrote:
> Andrew Suffield wrote:
> > s390 is a little special, because it's neither a desktop nor a server
> > architecture, but rather a mainframe one. One software installation
> > can service many thousands of users; these are the things IBM was
> > talking about when they thought they would only sell five of them. So
> > it will always be disproportionately low by this measure. Exactly how
> > far different it is from the rest is difficult to tell.
> I'm not a s390 admin (though I play one in hercules), but I really doubt
> that anyone takes a s390 and installs only one debian vm on it. If
> you're running big iron with thousands of users, you'll have a bunch of
> vm's running debian, and each of these will produce mirror load (unless
> one of them runs a local mirror).

I'd expect them to install one and then copy it or something. Nobody
smart enough to own an s390 downloads the same files a thousand times

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