On 10/03/16 21:12, Florian Pritz wrote:
> On 10.03.2016 20:06, Luchesar V. ILIEV wrote:
>> I guess I might be too tired and missing something obvious here, but
>> isn't there a problem with the multilib repo: specifically, it seems to
>> be missing its database files (probably some packages too).
> Yeah, I've broken our master and I'm currently fixing it. I've disabled
> rsyncd for now to limit the breakage. You can find some more details
> I hope to get this fixed shortly though. Sorry I didn't send a
> notification to you guys too.
Ah, if it's a known problem, that's perfectly fine. Take your time with
it and thanks for the quick reply!
I guess I might be too tired and missing something obvious here, but
isn't there a problem with the multilib repo: specifically, it seems to
be missing its database files (probably some packages too).
If there is indeed a problem, it's fairly recent, as I'm seeing mirrors
which lag 30 minutes behind still have the database files in place. But
on all mirrors that I've checked, which were more recent, these files
are missing -- so it's also not just a local problem with some mirror,
but more likely with the Arch Linux master.
C.lab, University of Plovdiv
please disregard my previous mail. I just checked the mirror on the
mirrorlist and saw that it's already correct, seems like I setup that
DNS before I submitted my mirror-request.
Sorry for the confusion,
I moved the URL of my mirror from https://32g.eu/arch to
https://arch.32g.eu. The old URL will still work for about a week or so.
Can someone please change the URL in the mirrorlist until then.