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Re: Canonical and Debian

Am 2005-06-06 10:50:08, schrieb Matt Zimmerman:
> On Mon, Jun 06, 2005 at 07:22:08PM +0200, Peter 'p2' De Schrijver wrote:
> > That sounds retarded in an age where a 200GB HD cost less then 100 Euro...
> > Anyway you can always decide to mirror only part of the archive if you
> > want to, even today.
> Those who followed the dozens of earlier discussions about mirror space
> realize that this argument does not withstand comparison with the facts
> about the mirror network.

This is what I not understand, because I have a full /debian-archive
and WOODY mirror (including many CDs) and it use 420 GByte (4x 147
GByte) and now, POTATO is gone on <ftp://ftp.debian.org/>.

If I can pay privatly why is it gone on Debian ?

If someone like to mirror something, she/he should mirror what she/he
need and what she/he can support.

Now I try to add 4-6 new 147 GByte Drives to mirror WOODY (bin+src+cd)
which is around 110 GByte and then SARGE which is around 250 GByte.

So, whre is THE problem ?

Please note, that I will migrate to Marrakech/Morocco and try to
create a new Enterprise which reqires at least a Dual-E3 (=68 MBit)
and I like to reserve 20 MBit for Debian. (but curently missing
some E3 Modules for my 3Com Routers)


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