On Sat, 2009-01-31 at 12:14 -0800, Jesse Keating wrote:
Hrm, there was no action on my part to touch everything, so I'll
do some investigation into what's going on.
Looking on the server, all the files in
releases/10/Everything/i386/os/Packages/ have varying timestamps, but I
do indeed see some things with a stamp as new as Jan 22. Its certainly
not every file, but I'm still not quite finding any commonality in my
brief looking. More investigation to follow.
I take that back. This happened when I was trying to pre-stage some
11-Alpha content. I misread/misunderstood what --size-only option would
do, in relation to --link-dest. I was trying to link 11-Alpha packages
to the same ones found in /pub/fedora/linux/releases/development/.
However these that were touched were packages that were in development/
that hadn't changed since the F10 release. --size-only seems to have
updated the timestamps on these files to match something that was going
on with my compose output I was trying to sync in.
This was certainly unexpected, and repairing this is going to be...
I need to investigate why my compose hosts are creating a timestamp on
these files when they shouldn't be.
Sorry for the churn!
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