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portsnap is more secure and faster than the old way of cvsup.It also works with timestamp and only downloads ports that have changed since last usage.It should be noted the number appended to the end of this is the number in seconds that portsnap will randomize the start of the app from.For example, if you say ‘cron 2000’, portsnap will kick off *sometime* in the next 2000 seconds. If you’re running that in cron on all of them and give portsnap a large window, it will keep them all from starting at the same time, loading the BSD servers and abusing your bandwidth.The author is the creator of nix Craft and a seasoned sysadmin, Dev Ops engineer, and a trainer for the Linux operating system/Unix shell scripting.Get the latest tutorials on Sys Admin, Linux/Unix and open source topics via RSS/XML feed or weekly email newsletter.

🙂 Keep in mind this will only fetch the updates, you still need to update the tree afterwords…

It worked properly on others machines (Dual Cores with 4GB of RAM - Free BSD 6.2-RELEASE/i386). / ports / textproc / htmlise I've installed this but I can't find any documentation -anywhere- on how to use it. Can anybody give me some insight on what syntax it requires or a simple example on...