grok-pull -c /path/to/grokmirror.conf
Grok-pull is the main tool for replicating repository updates from the grokmirror primary server to the mirrors.
Grok-pull has two modes of operation -- onetime and continous (daemonized). In one-time operation mode, it downloads the latest manifest and applies any outstanding updates. If there are new repositories or changes in the existing repositories, grok-pull will perform the necessary git commands to clone or fetch the required data from the master. Once all updates are applied, it will write its own manifest and exit. In this mode, grok-pull can be run manually or from cron.
In continuous operation mode (when run with -o), grok-pull will continue running after all updates have been applied and will periodically re-download the manifest from the server to check for new updates. For this to work, you must set pull.refresh in grokmirror.conf to the amount of seconds you would like it to wait between refreshes.
If pull.socket is specified, grok-pull will also listen on a socket for any push updates (relative repository path as present in the manifest file, terminated with newlines). This can be used for pubsub subscriptions (see contrib).
show program's version number and exit
- -h, --help
show this help message and exit
- -v, --verbose
Be verbose and tell us what you are doing
- -n, --no-mtime-check
Run without checking manifest mtime.
- -o, --continuous
Run continuously (no effect if refresh is not set)
- -c CONFIG, --config=CONFIG
Location of the configuration file
- -p, --purge
Remove any git trees that are no longer in manifest.
Force purge operation despite significant repo deletions
Use grokmirror.conf and modify it to reflect your needs. The example configuration file is heavily commented. To invoke, run:
grok-pull -v -c /path/to/grokmirror.conf
Please email email@example.com.
The Linux Foundation and contributors
grok-bundle(1), grok-dumb-pull(1), grok-fsck(1), grok-manifest(1), grok-pi-piper(1).