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Re: [eclipse-mirrors] Callisto simultaneous release

Yes, they should all be there, as far as I know.
I've entered a but to properly track the issue:

Some of these I tried "touching" to in the hopes of getting them to refresh, but apparently
the mirror system considers that "meta data" and does not refresh based on that alone.

So, I'm not sure how to force a refresh (or, why it went wrong to begin with).

Agust Hlynur <hostmaster@xxxxxxx>
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Re: [eclipse-mirrors] Callisto simultaneous release

I was wondering if the Callisto folder on rsync://
is supposed to be a complete Callisto.
I have tried taking an eclipse platform runtime binary (3.2M5a) and
using my mirror of Callisto to update it to a full Callisto.
Unfortunately, there are a few files that the update manager can not
find and because of that the update fails. I have checked and these
files are not on rsync:// (so not merely a local
The files that I know of are::


I also tried updating using the main Callisto site and everything worked

Ágúst Hlynur

Eclipse WebMaster (Denis Roy) wrote:
> Greetings Eclipse mirror maintainers,
> A major Eclipse release will be occurring towards the end of June. It
> will be largely popular, and to make matters worse, 9 other big Eclipse
> projects will be releasing at the same time. We're calling this big
> release train "Callisto".
> I'm telling you this for two reasons: one, as a head's up, and two,
> because not many of you are currently grabbing the Callisto files
> because they are in a different top-level directory.
> For those who have a few hundred megabytes of disk space to spare, you
> can add the line below to your RSYNC script, or simply grab the latest
> mirror script at
> rsync -rtlv --delete*
> /path/to/
> The final directory structure you should have should look like this:
> /path/to/
> |---- callisto
> |---- eclipse
> |     `---- downloads
> |           `------ drops
> |                   `------ R-*
> |                   `------ S-*
> |---- tools
> |---- webtools
> etc.
> `---- TIME
> Our crawler will (eventually) detect that you have the callisto files,
> so you don't need to tell me that you're mirroring them.
> Many thanks for all your efforts. You guys make downloading Eclipse
> possible.
> If you have any questions, please let me know.
> Denis

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