keeping freebsd uptodate - doubt
Shadow333 at gmx.at
Wed Feb 2 08:25:27 PST 2005
On Wednesday 02 February 2005 17:08, Robert Huff wrote:
> Karol Kwiatkowski writes:
> > Someone else should comment on that, but I think updating (cvsup)
> > ports tree once a week should be often enough to track changes
> > and rare enough to not overload mirrors.
> The other theory involves more frequent (i,e, daily) but
> presumably smaller updates.
> On the gripping hand ... I'm not convinced the mirrors are
> in danger of overload except possibly at the end of a ports freeze.
> Robert Huff
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Well... in general the daily small updates is a good idea, *if* youre not on
a dialup, isdn or slow austrian cable connection, things can get annoying
besides the more obvious reason why daily updates on every package isnt a
good idea, if you dont want to read UPDATES file daily;)
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