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Debian amd64 mirror size too large

I have rsync'ed debian amd64 to my local (Omnios) box using the recommended ftpsync too. The size of my mirror is 143 GB. I was led to believe from debian and other sources it should be around 80 GB. ...
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Debian local apt repo

Using debians ftpsync I've synced amd64 to my local file server, and installed debian over the network using ipxe. It dawned on me, that the content I've downloaded needs to be shared as an apt repo, ...
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Slow download speeds (own debian mirror)

I am using ftpsync to have a local version of the debian packages for all of our debian clients. Internally, the traffic from the mirror is at our normal LAN speeds (100 MB/s); however, when a ...
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Mirroring a drive in Debian

I have a drive with data on it. I dont want to use RAID, instead I want to do hourly backups to a second drive. I basically want to mirror the data drive and resync every hour. It is inefficient to ...
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Debian mirror syncing error

I'm running the Debian mirror syncing tool 'ftpsync' on a FreeBSD 8.2 system. I changed the script a bit only to adapt to the FreeBSD system (e.g., path of bash). And I followed the steps from ...
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How can I limit the bandwidth of apt-mirror?

I need to make a once off mirror of all the Ubuntu apt repository (for the record it's because I'm sending it to Kenya (see here and here). I did it before and used apt-mirror, and that does exactly ...
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Mirroring live system - what are the options

What are my options to mirror a running system (without taking it down) to have an as close as possible copy for use as a XEN guest? Now I'm planning to install the same version of OS as domU and ...