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tickets #6696

OpenSUSE 13.2 update/x86_64

Added by Richard.Hauke@kroger.com over 6 years ago. Updated over 5 years ago.

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Mirrors
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Hello,

I am setting up an internal mirror of OpenSUSE and I'm trying to find out which rsync module I should use that would include the /update/13.2/x86_64 directory tree. It doesn't appear to be included in hotstuff-80gb or hotstuff-160gb. Should I be grabbing hoststuff-160gb and opensuse-updates or is there a single module that covers the latest distributions and updates in x86_64?

Thank you,

Richard Hauke
KROGER TECHNOLOGY
CUSTOMER | QUALITY | INNOVATION


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#1 Updated by Anonymous over 6 years ago

  • Assignee set to gschlotter

#2 Updated by gschlotter over 6 years ago

hotstuff-80gb and hotstuff-160gb have both the the x86_64 in the update/13.2-non-oss/ subdirectory.

I do not see an other module which includes the updates x86_64 in one of the hotstuffs.

#3 Updated by gschlotter over 6 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Feedback

I have found that when you requested access to stage.opensuse.org for your rsync there is the module opensuse-full which includes the x86_64 on Updates.

Have you reqeusted access there yet?

#4 Updated by Richard.Hauke@kroger.com over 6 years ago

No, I have not. But I believe that will be my next step. BTW, since my management is actually open to entertaining this, what kind of bandwidth usage do your public mirror sites typically experience? (Geo-wise it would be eastern/central US) If I'm going to discuss it further with them, I'd need to know what to expect since that's where it would hit the budget.

-Richard Hauke

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Subject: openSUSE admin - tickets #6696 OpenSUSE 13.2 update/x86_64

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Issue #6696 has been updated by gschlotter.

Status changed from New to Feedback

I have found that when you requested access to stage.opensuse.org for your rsync there is the module opensuse-full which includes the x86_64 on Updates.

Have you reqeusted access there yet?


tickets #6696: OpenSUSE 13.2 update/x86_64
https://progress.opensuse.org/issues/6696#change-17130

* Target version:

Hello,

I am setting up an internal mirror of OpenSUSE and I'm trying to find out which rsync module I should use that would include the /update/13.2/x86_64 directory tree. It doesn't appear to be included in hotstuff-80gb or hotstuff-160gb. Should I be grabbing hoststuff-160gb and opensuse-updates or is there a single module that covers the latest distributions and updates in x86_64?

Thank you,

Richard Hauke
KROGER TECHNOLOGY
CUSTOMER | QUALITY | INNOVATION


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#5 Updated by tampakrap about 6 years ago

  • Category set to Mirrors
  • Private changed from Yes to No

#6 Updated by gschlotter over 5 years ago

  • Assignee changed from gschlotter to 17572

sorry for the late reply. is this still valid?

#7 Updated by Richard.Hauke@kroger.com over 5 years ago

This issue can be closed. I have verified that syncing opensuse-updates is including files under opensuse/update/13.2/x86_64.

-Richard Hauke

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Subject: [openSUSE admin - tickets #6696] OpenSUSE 13.2 update/x86_64

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Issue #6696 has been updated by gschlotter.

Assignee changed from gschlotter to opensuse-admin-mirrors

sorry for the late reply. is this still valid?


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* Target version:

Hello,

I am setting up an internal mirror of OpenSUSE and I'm trying to find out which rsync module I should use that would include the /update/13.2/x86_64 directory tree. It doesn't appear to be included in hotstuff-80gb or hotstuff-160gb. Should I be grabbing hoststuff-160gb and opensuse-updates or is there a single module that covers the latest distributions and updates in x86_64?

Thank you,

Richard Hauke
KROGER TECHNOLOGY
CUSTOMER | QUALITY | INNOVATION


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#8 Updated by gschlotter over 5 years ago

  • Status changed from Feedback to Closed

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