On Mon, 1 Oct 2001, Lamar Owen wrote:
> On Monday 01 October 2001 04:13 pm, Thomas Lockhart wrote:
> > > the only changes to directory schemes is:
> > > /var/spool/ftp/* for anon ftp
> > > /usr/local/www/www for web stuff
> > > directory structures under each should still be as they always were ...
> > But they aren't (or didn't seem to be). "find" couldn't find any
> > instance of the docs, unpacked or otherwise.
> Ok, apparently there's some confusion as to what host does what.
> Marc, can you provide a list of host with their functions? For instance, in
> my case of uploading RPMset's tothe master ftp site, to where do I ssh, to
> what directory to I go, etc. The same thing is true for CVS, web, etc.
Ignore everything on hub.org from hence forth ... the only reason there
are still files over there is so that we don't get a flood of email's from
the various mirrors concerning brokenness while Vince finishes off a few
administrative issues he has ...
The only site that a developer now needs to deal with is:
ftp.postgresql.org (which, once Vince gives me the go ahead, will
be the same as postgresql.org, which still points at the old machine)
The only changes that *should* be is that:
/home/projects/pgsql/ftp => /var/spool/ftp
/home/projects/pgsql/ftp/www => /usr/local/www/www
if there are tools missing, let me know, as Peter did, and I'll get those
installed ... if you can't find something, tell me what hte old directory
is that you are expecting, and I'll see what went missing ...
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