[Maintenance] Cron <repo at repo> /srv/http/repo/dbscripts/db-sync

Nicolás Reynolds fauno at kiwwwi.com.ar
Thu May 31 15:16:04 GMT 2012


mirrors.kernel.org was rejecting connections, that's why there're lots
of 404 today

Cron Daemon <repo at parabolagnulinux.org> writes:
>
> sent 2752401 bytes  received 56 bytes  5504914.00 bytes/sec
> total size is 2751902  speedup is 1.00
> [1;1m[1;32m==>[1;0m[1;1m Processing extra-x86_64[1;0m
> [1;1m[1;34m  ->[1;0m[1;1m Removing blacklisted packages: 221[1;0m
> [1;1m[1;34m  ->[1;0m[1;1m Process clean db for syncing...[1;0m
> [1;1m[1;34m  ->[1;0m[1;1m 2540 packages in whitelist[1;0m
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> @ERROR: max connections (100) reached -- try again later
> rsync error: error starting client-server protocol (code 5) at main.c(1516) [Receiver=3.0.9]
>
> [1;1m[1;31m==> ERROR:[1;0m[1;1m An unknown error has occurred. Exiting...[1;0m
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