On Sun, Sep 28, 2008 at 09:22:34PM +0200, Mike van Vugt wrote:
> I have a small and simple question.
> I have several debian servers running and i would like to have a mirror
> within my internal network for only my servers to use. Is it better to
> set up a mirror or a repository ?
(What do you mean by repository here ?)
It's hard to say without knowing how you use your servers :
- the amount of installed packages
- if you install packages from different versions
- if your install basically the same packages to your different servers.
I would recommend that you setup a mirror proxy (can be done with approx,
apt-mirror or even apache) so that you will not waste your bandwidth with packages you don't
need. Only the packages you use will be cached.
> Maby i am way out of line to lay this question up on this address.
A bit, email@example.com is to discuss only with the people that address the list of Debian mirrors.
firstname.lastname@example.org or even debian-user@ is certainly better suited
for you, that are open lists with users.