core 1 iso2 md5sum not matching
stan at ccs.neu.edu
Sun Dec 21 00:15:38 UTC 2003
On Sat, 2003-12-20 at 16:50, Michael Schwendt wrote:
> On Sat, 20 Dec 2003 15:44:53 -0500, Stan Bubrouski wrote:
> > Then offer him up the one you use so we can take advanatage as well :P
> One reason why I never recommend a public rsync server is, that e.g. users
> who download all three ISO images from it, block one of the few public
> slots for a long time. Often public rsync servers are limited to 10
> connections. Google finds many lists of non-secret FTP/HTTP mirror sites,
> which often also provide rsync service. There are even lists which cover
> rsync servers. I usually fetch large files via FTP/HTTP and "fix" them
> with rsync in case the MD5 checksum didn't match. If the rsync client
> downloaded the complete file (my default options are -aPvvv) instead of
> just the non-matching pieces, I wouldn't see an awesome speedup.
Such a non-community, selfish answer if you ask me...
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