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Re: Maintaining a local yum repository



On Sun, 2008-01-27 at 16:57 -0800, Aldo Foot wrote:
> On Jan 27, 2008 2:11 PM, Martin Marques <martin marquesminen com ar> wrote:
> > Todd Zullinger escribió:
> > > Martin Marques wrote:
> > >> Is there something that will just do proxy with cache and not mirror
> > >> sync?  I mean, just download what you're installing or updating to
> > >> get cached in disk, not the whole repo.
> > >>
> > >> Something like a proxy. :-D
> > >
> > > InstantMirror is intended to do this AFAIK.  It was mentioned a few
> > > times earlier in this thread. :)
> >
> > Sorry, I'm in vacation mode for another week. :-P
> >
> > I was reading in the -devel list some problems with InstantMirror.
> > Didn't get to deep on it.
> >
> > > Another method (also mentioned) is to nfs share your /var/cache/yum
> > > dir.
> >
> > IMHO, this is a crappy solution.
> 
> Hmm... I beg to differ. I think the NFS export proposed above is the
> simplest and most practical solution of all.
> I would not think of any of the ideas presented here as the best, but
> rather pick the one the suits your needs best.
> 
> Really good to see all the really good ideas presented here.
> 
> ~af
> 

What happens if more than one computer runs update at the same time?
It's not clear to me that Yum will understand what to do when 2
computers see the foo is out of date and try to download the same file
to the same place at the same time...


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