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maillog: 05/05/2007-13:01:36(+0900): Георги Георгиев types
> maillog: 04/05/2007-16:39:29(-0700): Robin H. Johnson types
> > On Sat, May 05, 2007 at 06:00:07AM +0900, Georgi Georgiev wrote:
> > > New release, old errors.
> > >
> > > http://scriptstest.gentoo.org/gentoo-mirrors/msg_01116.xml
> > >
> > > rsync: opendir "/releases/ia64/2007.0" (in gentoo) failed: Permission denied (13)
> > > rsync: opendir "/releases/hppa/2007.0" (in gentoo) failed: Permission denied (13)
> > > rsync: opendir "/releases/snapshots/2007.0" (in gentoo) failed: Permission denied (13)
> > > rsync: opendir "/releases/alpha/2007.0" (in gentoo) failed: Permission denied (13)
> > > rsync: opendir "/releases/mips/2007.0" (in gentoo) failed: Permission denied (13)
> > > rsync error: some files could not be transferred (code 23) at main.c(1385) [generator=2.6.9]
> > > Job /etc/cron.d/gentoo-source-rsync terminated (exit status: 23) (mailing output)
> > Hmm, I was just using the previous documentation and scripts that
> > jforman had provided.
> > I made a test modifications to the permissions on
> > /releases/snapshots/2007.0/.
> > Please see if you get the contents of that directory on your mirrors
> > with your fetch cronjobs, and that your outgoing setups are NOT
> > distributing that content yet.
> > If that fixes it, I'll apply that change to the scripts.
> Looks good.
And the error's back again. I do have the files, though, hence the
"looks good" above.
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