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Yum Repo Sync

Yum Repo Sync is a shell script that synchronizes a local directory with a YUM repository mirror using rsync. Yum Repo Sync provides an easy way to create and maintain a local repository for YUM.

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  •  21 Jan 2011 02:31

    Release Notes: An INSTALL document was created. The Makefile and Changelog were updated. The FUZZY, SPARSE, and PARTIAL default options were moved to the configuration file. A default value can be changed using the configuration file. An optional delete-excluded flag was added to the configuration file. The license was changed to GPLv3. An option to limit I/O bandwidth was added. Verbose mode does not include rsync progress; instead, it uses --itemize-changes. The progress flags for createrepo were removed. The repodata management was changed. All the transport optimizers were added as flags. All optimizer flags and DELETE have defaults. Verbose English comments were written. yum-repo-sync is now installed into /usr/sbin.

    •  26 Oct 2006 18:15

      Release Notes: A Fedora Core 6 Repository config has been added. English comments have been added.

      •  23 Jun 2006 07:02

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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