I’ve been playing with some ways of giving more control over the update process, thinking more along the lines of the “roll-up” approach I took with manjaro32:
|1||Sync from arch32 to unstable|
|2||Snap to testing|
|3||Sync to unstable|
|5||Snap from testing to stable|
This meant the branches were quite often in sync but it required manual intervention.
So, I’m now playing with the following pattern:
current is synced multiple times per day from Arch stable (like, every hour or half-hour).
daily is snapped every day,
daily-deferred is the repo from yesterday.
weekly is snapped every week,
weekly-deferred is the repo from last week.
In case anyone is interested, I have set up https://repo.m2x.dev/. Pick a cadence and add to/set as your
Server = https://repo.m2x.dev/current/$repo/$arch