[seqfan] Re: b-files, reply to Antti

Georgi Guninski guninski at guninski.com
Sun Nov 18 07:03:31 CET 2012

What about periodically making a single compressed archive of the

This will save you both bandwidth and web server load.

cron(8) can do it easily, though something like git/svn/hq would be
better for me.

Since you can't enforce not downloading via different IPs, there
is no point to make it hard IMHO.

On Sat, Nov 17, 2012 at 09:07:09PM -0500, Neil Sloane wrote:
> There are about 46,000 b-files now. It is OK, I think, to download
> a bunch of them (subject to the license agreements, of course) as long
> as you don't clog the server.
> Neil
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