[Mageia-dev] Mirror tree structure
marianne at tuxette.fr
Wed Oct 20 18:40:49 CEST 2010
Le 20/10/2010 18:34, Olivier Thauvin a écrit :
> You can find here:
> the current mirror tree proposal.
> We now have to discuss it, I think.
> Here notes:
> The 'mageia_timestamp' is a file updated on the main server every 5
> minutes. It allow to check is a mirror synced or not
> Comparing to mandriva there is no more split between devel/stable, all
> distributions goes into distribs/ and all isos file into iso/.
I've seen that the distribs directory has sub-directory called stable1
and cauldron, will this sub-directory will be present in iso/ too ?
> The updates/ tree disapear, avoiding some possible dependencies issues
> in updates rpms.
> The peoples/ directory is dedicated to contributors and must allow
> anyone to share files related to the distribution (testing rpms,
> preworks) in an unofficial ways.
> How this can be setup in practice still have to be discuss.
> Finally the software/ directory should allow you to distribute the
> tarball (not rpm) for software we do. As soon we do free software people
> must be able to distribute our code in the same way any projects does.
> Replies like "svn is readable" or "we have rpm" is not appropriated.
> Now come the question: "what is a valid mirror ?", eg, what a mirror
> should have as file to be valid ?
> I suggest to not give the choice and avoid mistake by saying except
> "peoples" a mirror must respect the whole tree to be valid.
> This mean everything must exists with this structure under the top level
> This way may avoid issues like mandriva on ibiblio (only 2005 and 2007.1
> seems to exists...)
> Comment and idea welcome.
Nothing else to say
Marianne (Jehane) Lombard
Mandriva User - Mageia french translation team
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