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Does cloudfiles have an export functionality of some kind?


@dominicm no, just http. I'm not concerned about the cost of crawling the repo via http. We do publish a list of all jars in the repo, updated daily. So that could be used to pull down a copy of the repo, then later check for jars that aren't in the local copy and pull just those. Though that process would also have to have smarts around knowing that maven-metadata.xml files would need to be re-downloaded as well.


Yeah. If cost isn't a problem, then no worries. My use of rsync was to minimize bandwidth consumption.