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SubjectRe: Linux-2.2.4..
Followup to:  <>
By author: "Alan Olsen" <>
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> >
> > Maybe Linus should hold off on the announcement until the mirrors have
> > a change to catch up?...on the existential theory that if a kernel isn't
> > available is it really "out there"?
> Sounds like we need more of an "rdist" process than a "mirror" process. Maybe
> the master site needs to push the new version out to the host sites instead of
> waiting for them to catch up. (Or the master site needs to be off-limits to
> all but the mirroring machines.)

Many, but not all, of the LKAMS sites use remotely-activated rsync to
mirror the archives. Unfortunately, I have little control over which
ones do.

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