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Building local repository on Fedora 22.

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I am downloading (with rsync) the x86_64 os and updates, but noticed how little there is under the os directories, and that there is this 'everything' tree with all of the rpms for the os.

Can I rsync the everything packages and repodata directories on top of the os tree to make a complete setup, or do I have to have to keep the everything tree separate?

posted Aug 11, 2015 by anonymous

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Your question is ambigous, because there is a "os" directory in both the "Everything" repo and in each separate product tree.

Fedora 22 GNOME Workstation (x86_64) repo:

Fedora 22 Everything (x86_64) repo:

The "Everything" repo contains all packages at the time of release. The other trees contains just the packages as used by the
individual product installation media.

So, yes, you can mirror "Everything", but think twice. How many of the packages in that huge collection do you really need? I would rather mirror the product repo you really use. The updates and updates-testing repos may grow a lot, too, and include many updates you don't need either.

answer Aug 12, 2015 by anonymous
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