On Wed, 05 Jan 2005 09:36:11 +1100, Andrew Pollock wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 04, 2005 at 10:16:27AM -0800, Ken Bloom wrote:
>> http://wiki.debian.net/?RunDinstallHourly (part of the ReleaseProposals
>> topic on wiki.debian.net) discusses the concept of speeding up the
>> release process by running dinstall hourly instead of once per day. This
>> seems (to my amateur eyes) like a technically simple change to make even
>> before we release Sarge (barring any unforseen consequences). Would it
>> be possible to start testing this proposal out now by increasing the
>> frequency of dinstall, perhaps to once every 6 hours until release?
> Wouldn't this have a flow on effect on our mirrors (or is the mirror pulse
> independent of the dinstall run)? Either way, if the mirror pulse only
> happens once a day, running dinstall more than once is going to be largely
> ineffective for most users isn't it?
Part of this proposal would be speed up the mirror pulse to occur as
frequently as dinstall.
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