>>>> "asy" == ariel sabiguero yawelak
asy> Hi list. For a few days I have been getting:
asy> No completed run since Fri Nov 23 10:57:56 -03 2018.
Which does mean pretty much what it says.
asy> The scripts downloads files every day. Today we have more than 400
asy> new files:
But are those files rsync temporaries or are the rsync calls actually
asy> should I care about something?
Certainly you should try to understand why your quick-fedora-mirror runs
are not completing.
* What version of quick-fedora-mirror are you running? When did you
last do a git pull?
* What debug level are you using?
* Is it sending you any emails regarding failures?
* What's in the log file? (Or do journalctl -t quick-fedora-mirror if
you're using the journal).
* Do you see any quick-fedora-mirror process running?
Depending on where you are mirroring from, what bandwidth you have and
how much you are trying to mirror, it can take quite some time to
actually complete a run. In that case you would see a bunch of "lock
contention" notices in the log, and then you should have a look at just
what is taking so long. There should be a directory under /tmp (or your
configured TMPDIR) named starting with "quick-mirror" which holds the
temporaries. There you can see what it's trying to transfer
(master-transferlist) and some rsync logs.