On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 11:49 AM, Tim Judd <taj...@gmail.com> wrote: > I am having quite the issue with a cvsup-mirror install (1.3_8) here. It > seems to be keeping some meta information file somewhere and has FAILED to > give me a local mirror (not one to be publicly available) yet. > > > Being the stubborn person I am, I have multiple times cleared some and all > of the following to try to resolve the problem... > > /usr/local/etc/cvsup > the package itself > /home/ncvs > /home/cvsupin > /usr/ports/ports/net/cvsup-mirror > > > > And each time it takes ~5 hours to download 1.5GB of data in /home/ncvs > then a client connecting to itself fails to work. Latest problem is > > -- Quote > Server warning: Cannot open > "/usr/local/etc/cvsup/prefixes/FreeBSD.cvs/src/gnu/lib/libgmp/mpz/get_si.c,v": > No such file or directory > Server warning: Cannot open > "/usr/local/etc/cvsup/prefixes/FreeBSD.cvs/src/gnu/lib/libgmp/mpz/get_str.c,v": > No such file or directory > Server warning: Cannot open > "/usr/local/etc/cvsup/prefixes/FreeBSD.cvs/src/gnu/lib/libgmp/mpz/get_ui.c,v": > No such file or directory > Server warning: Cannot open > "/usr/local/etc/cvsup/prefixes/FreeBSD.cvs/src/gnu/lib/libgmp/mpz/getlimbn.c,v": > No such file or directory > -- /Quote > > It's just a snippet.. It can't find ANYTHING. > > Other problems included the inability to even select the src-all/cvs or > ports-all/cvs (trees? branches?) in the server, yet it has 1.5GB downloaded. > > What'd help me to learn what's wrong is the line in config.sh as below: > distribs="distrib.self .. . FreeBSD.cvs /home/ncvs . FreeBSD-www.current > SKIP . FreeBSD-gnats.current SKIP gnats FreeBSD-mail.current SKIP ." > > My guess is it names a distribution and puts a directory it stores the > files into in the next argument, separated by space. Next distribution is > named and it's directory it stores the files into as the next one past that, > with all distributions separated by a single period. > > Then the word 'gnats' throws me off because I ..... don't know what the > heck it's there for.. is the '.' an alias instead to the first item in the > line, meaning it's a tuple? > (distrib storedir alias)... > > > > What throws me off is that the /usr/local/etc/cvsup directory was tarred up > from a working mirror and copied here and let the update.sh run for 5 hours, > to come to the above quoted warnings (but I'm treating them as errors). The > working system has about 4GB in /home/ncvs that works for me, but this one > can't get past 1.5GB. Working system has been working beautifully for > several months (6?).. so maybe it's just collective. > > > I really would like to get a bearing on cvsup-mirror, but have no clue what > to google or read to find out some of the troubleshooting guides. > > > > --Tim >
Bump Any other mailing list I can send this question to? _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"