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Re: The archive.debian.org situation

Am 2005-05-30 12:28:06, schrieb Anonymous:

> Actually potato is still in the main archive as old-stable.

No, it is not. There is no Server which hold ols-stable.

The Only Server I know, which is hosting buzz, rezz, bo, hamm, slink
and potato completly is <ftp://ftp.de.debian.org/> and in the next
days will try to mirror the whole POTATO tree (without i386) which
is missing on my local 430 GByte Debian wirror.

> Debian-archive contains old-old-stable and previous.
> However potato will need to be moved to debian-archive when sarge goes 
> stable, so I fear that revival of debian-archive is sarge rc.

Potato had to remove because SARGE is already to big !!!

I think, I need around 900 GByte to store all from buzz via sarge
and etch to sid.  Need at least 4 new SCSI (SATA) 147 GByte Drives.


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