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Dec
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comment Connection refused, but only on one specific port
I have just been advised over IRC that the problem might have nothing to do with the server, that it might be on the other machine's end, where I was not looking for problems. The server is not behind a firewall, but the other machine is connected through an ISP, which might be blocking port 25. This may or may not be my problem, but I mention it here for information.
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revised Connection refused, but only on one specific port
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comment Can rsync fix time stamps without redownloading?
Your clever use of --existing is an outstanding solution. It saves much trouble. I have just used it again today.
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comment Can rsync fix time stamps without redownloading?
Does this solution not fetch all files from the module, or in the directory? My mirror has only some files from each directory. I do not wish to fetch any more files, but only to update the files I have. (If it interests you, my mirror is a mirror of Debian GNU/Linux jessie amd64 and source. If you happen to know how Debian mirrors are structured, their pool directories include many large files for sid, i386, etc. I do not want these other files.)
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revised Can rsync fix time stamps without redownloading?
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revised Can rsync fix time stamps without redownloading?
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