[Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index]

Proper way to mirror



Greetings,

I'm currently running a mirror for my office (If we had bandwith we would open 
it), and am wondering which is the prefered/best way to mirror and which is 
the best source (All the mirrors that are close seem to be old)?

We were using apt-mirror but then this started failing and we changed over to 
debmirror.

We only need to mirror the following (via http):
Main  (ftp.debian.org)
Arches: i386
Dists: etch
Sections: main,contrib,non-free,main/debian-installer

Security (security.debian.org)
Arches: i386
Dists: etch
Sections: main,contrib,non-free,main/debian-installer

Volatile (volatile.debian.org)
Arches: i386
Dists: etch
Sections: main,contrib,non-free

We are mirroring a couple of other repos, but those don't fall under d.o

PS. I am going to change over to rsync later today and test that, needed to 
open FW ports...
-- 
Thank you,

Clifford W. Hansen
PHP Developer / Linux Administrator

(Cell)    +27 82 883 8677
(Fax)     +27 86 503 0634
(E-Mail)  clifford@nighthawk.co.za
(MSN)     clifford@nighthawk.co.za
(Skype)   cliffordwhansen
(GPG)     0x2337231A

Attachment: pgpoWg4OdbWqP.pgp
Description: PGP signature


Reply to: