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Size of Distributions

How much disk space will I need for my mirror

Please check the date stamp on this page to see when this was last updated.
Also note that your downloaded size might vary a little. This depends on the filesystem type, and how you have tuned your file system. These numbers are give just to give you a guideline.

Mirror with Excludes

This is the minimum mirroring size. Please see the mirroring tips page to find out what we recommend excluding, and why. You'll see that for the latest releases (which is what most people want) alot of space is saved.

S.L. 5.x S.L. 5.x
50 - ?G
51 - ?G
52 - ?G
53 - ?G
54 - ?G
55 - ?G
56 - ?G
57 - ?G
5x - ?G *
5rolling - ?G **
60 - ?G
61 - ?G
62 - ?G
6x - ?G *
6rolling - ?G **
*The 'x' releases contain all the SRPMS, debuginfo, and obsoletes. Everything else in the directory is just links. This size count's ONLY the SRPMS, debuginfo, and obsoletes.
**rolling contains i386, x86_64, SRPMS, and testing. So these areas tend to be larger than most. Most places do not need to mirror this area.

Full Mirror

This is not recommended. Please see the mirroring tips page to find out what we recommend excluding, and why. But if you really do want to do a full mirror, this is how much space you will need.

S.L. 5.x S.L. 5.x
50 - 65G
51 - 61G
52 - 61G
53 - 53G
54 - 49G
55 - 51G
56 - 34G
57 - 35G
5x - 108G *
5rolling - 174G **
60 - 41G
61 - 54G
62 - 35G
6x - 49G *
6rolling - 73G **
*The 'x' releases contain all the SRPMS, debuginfo, and obsoletes. Everything else in the directory is just links. This size count's ONLY the SRPMS, debuginfo, and obsoletes.
**rolling contains i386, x86_64, SRPMS, and testing. So these areas tend to be larger than most. Most places do not need to mirror this area.
Created by dawson
Last modified 2012-03-01 09:04 AM
 

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