Re: Would-be local mirror in Argentina...

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On Fri, Jun 29, 2012 at 10:53 AM, Chris Adams <cmadams@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> It is the rough size of the whole thing, which is what a lot of mirrors
> carry.  You have to start somewhere.

Yes, but according to my math, mirroring F16, +F17 plus the updates
repos for both, accounts for less than 400 GB.

That is IMHO what most of the mirrors should carry as a minimum, as
those two are the supported releases.

So a wording like "to mirror the two currently supported releases, F16
and F17, plus the updates, currently needs less than 400 GB of
storage, that's the bare minimum any Fedora mirror should carry. If
you want to mirror everything else, including betas and test releases,
a volume of between 1.2 and 2 TB would be better, long-term" is less
scary for would-be mirror admins.

Just my $0.02
FC
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