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Adrian Schröter schreef:
| On Tuesday 20 May 2008 14:14:18 wrote Hubert Figuiere:
|> On Tue, 2008-05-20 at 08:15 +0200, Adrian Schröter wrote:
|>>> Which lead to a more general question:
|>>> Why don't we have a repository called SUSE-11, and have
|>>> as a symlink to it. So then we create SUSE-11.1 and change the link
|>> We want to avoid to have two distro, instead one which permanently
|>> changes. It
|>> increases the load on our build system and also to the mirrors, which
|>> need to
|>> sync twice as much data.
|> It is not 2 distro. It is one. But with a symlink that move.
| uh, but that would mean that the repo is changing the product later on ...
| This is definitive something what can cause trouble.
A fact is that incomplete updates, due to unfullfilled deps, cause very
much trouble, and a lot of extra work, which cost a lot of time, which
is mostly not available...
To illustrate: an inconsistent browser, due to some missing pkgs,
crashed after downloading 93% from the beta3-dvd. 4h and 29m gone in the
- - second try power disturbance crashed the box, 3h 24m down the drain,
- - third attempt: source could not be read, after 4h 16m, dl can not be
- - Now i am at the 4th attempt, 4h 39m to go....
(hope i get it complete and OK. DVD is big to download...)
Is there no way or option to somehow know when the mirrors are
completely synced to a complete OS?
(This is written on a more stable 10.3 version..)
Have a nice day,
M9. Now, is the only time that exists.
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