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Re: Fresh Fedora 11 fetches 362MB+ of updates, where's deltaRPM?

On Sat, 2009-06-13 at 14:55 +0930, Tim wrote:
> On Fri, 2009-06-12 at 22:20 +0300, Jonathan Dieter wrote:
> > The Fedora infrastructure team is trying to streamline the process a
> > bit, but the fact remains that generating deltarpms costs a lot in CPU
> > time and RAM usage, and the more deltarpms you generate, the more time
> > it takes.
> Isn't that done once on a master server, then mirrored?  Rather than
> each mirror generating them?

Yes, but my point is that the compose time, the time it takes to put
together a set of updates, for all of the architectures * (all of the
releases + rawhide) has gone from I think three or four hours to 8+
since we started generating deltarpms.

If we start generating more deltarpms (which is what I think the OP was
asking for), it will go up even more.  I doubt the infrastructure team
is going to accommodate requests for more deltarpms until the compose
time has been brought back down again.

Please note that I *do not* speak for the infrastructure team.  This is
just what I'm picking up from those who are on the infrastructure team.


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