Hi, I’m still investigating how to workaround frequent build failures of my website and had the idea of doing several tar.gz insteal of one? If my website is: - index.html - folderA/somefiles - folderB/somefiles Can I build two tar.gz? Like: a.tar.gz contains index.html and folderA b.tar.gz contains folderB If I acurl both tar.gz, will they overwrite each other or recreate the original structure? Most importantly: do you believe that this could help to avoid build failures? (asking if it worths the time to work on a script generating multiple ta.gz) -- Ploum - Lionel Dricot Blog: https://www.ploum.net Livres: https://ploum.net/livres.html
This might help depending on your failure mode, but it would be helpful to know exactly how your uploads are failing. Also, I would recommend using hut(1) over acurl.
On 22/12/05 11:56, Drew DeVault - sir at cmpwn.com wrote: >This might help depending on your failure mode, but it would be helpful >to know exactly how your uploads are failing. Also, I would recommend >using hut(1) over acurl. A few months ago, hut was failing every single time and the author said it was become of the number of small files. I don’t know if the issue with hut as been solved. A fellow sourcehuter told me to use acurl instead which worked. I’m willing to help debug the issue as I may be one of the first with lot of small files but probably not the last. See the following thread for more reports: https://lists.sr.ht/~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss/%3C166962587213.7.17616914652932105630.79592835%40ploum.eu%3E Should I continue to post on this list or is there a list/chat dedicated where I could bring the discussion about that? -- Ploum - Lionel Dricot Blog: https://www.ploum.net Livres: https://ploum.net/livres.html