Subject: Re: mirror question
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Chris G. Demetriou <email@example.com>
Date: 11/06/1997 10:08:27
> >I asked this on netbsd-help, but it appears to have fallen upon deaf ears...
> >I'm about to start mirroring ftp.netbsd.org again here at work, and I'm
> >wondering if anybody knows about how much disk a full mirror eats now?
> [wcarchive:NetBSD] pwd
> [wcarchive:NetBSD] du -k -s .
> 3656039 .
> ...so about 3.7GB.
That's kind of odd...
I just ran:
% du -sk *
on ftp.netbsd.org, which sums to 3332118... You guys using really big
blocks, or something? 8-)
It's worth noting that I think that some of those sets of bits (1.0
and 1.1) should be mothballed, and that it looks like there's
currently a bunch of outdated stuff in 'arch' which should go away.
("isn't there always?" Well, yes, and once the release is done and
people start building -current snapshots, it'll fill up again. 8-)