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Mirroring Fedora



Howdy -

I mirror Fedora 10 to my home server, and it eats up a *lot* of space. It's not a big deal, I've got 500GiB drives in my file server but I'm interested in keeping it as small as possible.

Currently I use these commands in a script in cron.daily to mirror:

echo Fedora 10 Updates
echo
rsync -va --exclude=debug --numeric-ids --delete --delete-after \
rsync://mirrors.kernel.org/fedora/updates/10/i386 \
/var/www/html/pub/fedora/updates/10/i386/

echo Fedora 10 Updates
echo
until rsync -va --exclude=debug --numeric-ids --delete --delete-after \
rsync://mirrors.kernel.org/fedora/updates/10/x86_64/ \
/var/www/html/pub/fedora/updates/10/x86_64/

The thing is, F10 is taking up like 50GiB of disk space between the install media, Everything and updates.

I know that there are a ton of duplicate files between the i386 and the x86_64 directories. Is there an easy way to do something like hard link duplicate files or maybe a better way to rsync so that duplicate files are considered?

Thanks!
Thomas


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