Re: non-ftp way to upload packages
* Bartosz Fenski aka fEnIo
| On Tue, Feb 01, 2005 at 01:12:45PM +0100, Tollef Fog Heen wrote:
| > | > ,>scp to a Debian host (like gluck or merkel) and ftp from there. Or
| > | > >just scp it to the DELAYED queue on gluck (1day) and let it ftp it for
| > | > >you ;)
| > |
| > | > Does it ftp in time for the daily dinstall?
| > |
| > | The 0-day queue is ftp-ed about 1 hours before dinstall, IIRC.
| > No, it runs every 15 minutes.
| > Somebody could probably document all this somewhere else than in my
| > ~/bin and my crontab. :P
| Developers' reference and your mail about this queue says that it's run
| 1 hour before dinstall ;)
My crontab trumps the developer's reference (in this case, at least
:). It was changed due to some people using it for large packages,
which caused time skew when there was more on in the 0-day dir than
what would be transferred in 1 hour. (Causing DELAYED/3-days to be
effectively treated as DELAYED/4-days)
| Anyway, your mail also says that if someone send you config for dupload
| then you are going to include it in some README.
| Is this README available somewhere?
In the DELAYED dir, yes.
| Also I saw dput's config and it seems to be somehow universal, I mean it
| doesn't include anything about  queues... is it mean I have to
| use some additional options in command line or maybe I should customize
| this example config?
from man dput(1):
-e, --delayed - Upload to a DELAYED queue, rather than the
usual Incoming. This takes an argument from 1 to 9.
Tollef Fog Heen ,''`.
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