On Sunday 20 November 2011 16:15:58 Yair Zaslavsky wrote:
On 11/20/2011 04:12 PM, Eyal Edri wrote:
> Since we all know that compiling oVirt on fedora for the first time downloads a very
large amount of jars...
> We need to think about mirroring the maven repositories we're using.
> There are a few advantages for that:
> * closer and faster servers
> * better control over the servers, meaning if the original repos are down, ours can
still be online.
> * there is a chance we can be temporarily blocked if too many d/l are bring done.
(or if some user d/l the entire repo using wget for e.g.)
> here is info about mirroring from the maven site:
> Eyal Edri.
+1 - Sounds like a good idea.
The "closer" argument is subjective, and depends om your machine's
Having said that, I agree other arguments are valid enough for this to be worthy.
I'd setup an artifactory or some similar service, which can host oVirt's own