Jonathan Horne wrote:
On Saturday 20 January 2007 20:58, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Terrific waste of bandwidth.
*shrug* i dont see it that way. i see it as insurance that when i build
kernels for 15 machines, they are all getting the cleanest sources possible,
with absolutely nothing left over from a previous build.
If you wish to sync 15 machines and plan on doing that a lot, it would
benefit you to setup a private cvs mirror.
You use 1 machine as your mirror, it syncs say once a day or week or
hour whatever off the main cvs mirror sites.
You then have your other machines sync off that. This would ensure all
your systems are kept in line with the same src.
This would save on bandwidth for both yourself and the mirror sites.
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