Python script for running an apt package mirror
A apt mirror tool that does staging to prevent breaking your mirror!
An ubuntu mirror takes up about 1T worth of data currently. This tool also puts about 10G of data in /tmp so that it can stage the indices.
Checks the tool makes
This tool checks the md5sum of each Package file and checks the Package indices to make sure each package exists before moving the Package indices into place
How to use the tool
Check the example config file and change it to your needs, note the mirror you mirror from must support rsync. Run the script using the following
python apt_package_mirror/__init__.py config.yaml
or install it using pip and run it using the following
pip install apt_package_mirror apt_package_mirror config.yaml
This tool only supports python2.7 right now, it might work with python3 but I have not tested that.
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