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Date:      Fri, 8 May 2015 11:08:50 +0800
From:      Erich Dollansky <erichsfreebsdlist@alogt.com>
To:        John <freebsd-lists@potato.growveg.org>
Cc:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: local update server, how is it done now?
Message-ID:  <20150508110850.772a0d56@B85M-HD3-0.alogt.com>
In-Reply-To: <20150507101349.GA88580@potato.growveg.org>
References:  <20150507101349.GA88580@potato.growveg.org>

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Hi,

On Thu, 7 May 2015 11:13:49 +0100
John <freebsd-lists@potato.growveg.org> wrote:

> I have several local freebsd machines. At present, and for a couple
> of years now, I'm using svnlite to run daily updates on each of the
> machines, for src and ports. Years ago, I used to use something
> called freebsd_cvsup out of the ports which, when installed, asked a
> few questions and installed a cvsup mirror that I could point the
> other machines to, in order to update from (rather than each one
> updating from the internet which is a waste of bandwidth).
> 
> Is there a port that does a similar thing but with git or svnlite? If
> not, I guess I have to set up svn by hand but the instructions in the
> handbook for this seem to suggest to do this only if it's really
> needed.
> 
it is in the base and it is called NFS. I never bothered to have
something special about the sources and ports.

Erich



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