cvs commit: src/nrelease Makefile mk.conf.pkgsrc
Simon 'corecode' Schubert
corecode at fs.ei.tum.de
Tue Aug 14 14:09:30 PDT 2007
Matthew Dillon wrote:
User checkouts are even more rare then NFS mounts, and suffer the same
severe problems with backups. Who wants to backup tens of gigabytes
of work/ directories? Let alone backup multiple copies of the same
pkgsrc tree by individual users!
Whatever the default is, it shouldn't be the same place where the pkgsrc
My /usr/pkgsrc is a) not shared b) a user checkout c) on a separate mount (actually part of /usr/pkg).
And I don't back that up either, I don't see any gain in that. All this stuff can be recreated in little time.
So I think not putting the workdirs somewhere special is a quite okay choice. Sharing distfiles is clever anyways. And I don't see why pkgsrc should be readonly shared, if I trust my machines.
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