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www from cvsup is stopped now?

Rudolf Cejka
Hello,
  update of www collection from cvsup is stopped? What is the correct
way, how to mirror www sites now?

Thank you.

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Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Information Technology
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Re: www from cvsup is stopped now?

John Marshall-2
On 15/06/2012 19:29, Cejka Rudolf wrote:
>   update of www collection from cvsup is stopped? What is the correct
> way, how to mirror www sites now?

The current web site is still being distributed via CVSup but the
current web site source is not. The doc and www CVS trees, although
still being mirrored via CVSup, are no longer in use: committers are
using svn instead.

Web site mirrors should be updating from the www/current collection (the
mirrored web site) from a nearby CVSup mirror which hosts the
www/current collection. Not all of the CVSup mirrors carry the
www/current collection.

A supfile which includes the following should do the trick.

  www  release=current  prefix=/my/www-mirror/docroot  delete

If the CVSup host you specify does not carry the www/current collection,
your client will report an error like this...

$ csup -sz -h cvsup.bad.freebsd.org. www-supfile
Connected to 192.0.2.18
Server message: Collection "www" release "current" is not available here
Finished successfully

A CVSup server which carries the collection will deliver it to you.

$ csup -sz -h cvsup.good.freebsd.org. www-supfile
Connected to 192.0.2.79
Updating collection www/current
 Mkdir data
 Mkdir data/FAQ
 Create data/FAQ/index.html
 SetAttrs data/FAQ
 Create data/about.html
 ...
Finished successfully

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John Marshall




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