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Re: Fedora bittorrent tracker?



On Mon, Jun 01, 2009 at 12:07:45PM -0400, Seth Vidal wrote:
>
>
> On Mon, 1 Jun 2009, Richard W.M. Jones wrote:
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>> Large data sets derived from analysing the code in Fedora packages...
>> I was hoping to save the announcement til later.
>>
>> For the purposes of this, big data files, derived from Fedora content
>> so under a free license of some sort, probably up to 30GB in size.
>> They would be regenerated once a month.
>
> 30GB once a month shouldn't be too much trouble, the biggest problems 
> will be:
>
> 1. transferring the data in a timely-ish manner
> 2. keeping lots of those datasets around. Hopefully no more than 2 b/c  
> 60GB is a big chunk of space

The biggest problem is gonna be uploading it over my *$!* ADSL
connection.

I wasn't looking for hosting, just for somewhere to store the tracker.
It's my understanding (possibly incorrect) that the initial seed and
the tracker are separate things which don't need to be kept at the
same location.

Rich.

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