Perl program for keeping ftp archives up-to-date.
Mirror uses the ftp protocol to duplicate a directory hierarchy
between the machine it is run on and a remote host. It avoids copying
files unnecessarily by comparing the file time-stamps and sizes before
transferring. Amongst other things, it can optionally gzip and split
files. It was written for use by archive maintainers but can be used
by anyone wanting to transfer a lot of files via ftp.
Release notes for the Debian GNU/Linux "mirror" package
The manual page for "mirror" is very complete, please read it if you are new
As it is distributed by its author Lee McLoughlin <email@example.com>,
mirror can simply be run from the the directory it is installed in. Several
small examples are given in the source package for "mirror" and can be found
mm - mirror master
mm [flags] [package-files]
mm is the mirror master. It runs multiple calls to mirror in
parallel and handles locking and minimal retry times.
As with mirror, mm is a package written in Perl.
mm presumes that all the package details ar
mirror - mirror packages on remote sites
mirror [flags] -gsite:pathname
mirror [flags] [config-files]
Mirror is a package written in Perl that uses the ftp proto‐
col to duplicate a directory hierarchy between the machine it
is run on and a remote host.
mirror (2.8-7) unstable; urgency=low
* Added Depends: perl (fixes bug#4238)
* Updated example p
This is the Debian GNU/Linux prepackaged version of the mirror utility.
Mirror was written by Lee
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