Mirror hosting ideas
I am interested in personally hosting a mirror for CentOS 5 and 6 (not
at home, but in a DC, with the future of going colo whe I have the
monetary funds to do so). Would anyone have any recommendations on
this and whether or not I should set the cron to use the rsync
command or have the rsync command in a batch file and tell cron to
execute the batch job. I am thinking the second option, simply out of
convenience. Unless anyone can see an issue with this. Thanks guys in
advance for your help! :)
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