Domas Mituzas wrote:
Did you get any automated way to do it?
Maybe we could just send to archive.org
The Internet Archive offered a few different upload
options. I used the traditional Linux "ftp" command
line client and its "mput" command.
I did not care to automate this for future use,
because I had already stopped to download new
files from your server. The background was that
I had filled up the disks of my server, and really
needed to get rid of these files to get free space.
Each of these uploads would last something
like 24 hours. I never understood why the upload
bandwidth seemed to be so limited. My friends
suggested it might be related to TCP window
parameters in the server's kernel and the long
ping roundtrip between my server in Sweden and
theirs in San Francisco. But the Internet Archive
didn't want to investigate this because their FTP
upload option was old and not actively maintained.
Those were my main problems, not automation.
Lars Aronsson (lars(a)aronsson.se)
Aronsson Datateknik - http://aronsson.se