Rsync not doing its job.
dwd at bell-labs.com
Fri Aug 31 04:51:25 EST 2001
Correct, you do not need to run in daemon mode.
Note that the datestamp on your system is off by a year.
- Dave Dykstra
On Wed, Aug 30, 2000 at 12:42:22PM -0500, Erick Perez - Network Administrator wrote:
> I ran the script with the -c option. The message was that that file is up
> to date.
> I will check the other computer and see if the users are loading the
> proper file (there are two with the same name but in different
> One last thing, i do NOT need to be running rsync in daemon mode in any of
> the computers, right?
> Thanks for your help,
> On Thu, 30 Aug 2001, Dave Dykstra wrote:
> > On Thu, Aug 30, 2001 at 06:23:49AM -0500, Erick Perez - Network Administrator wrote:
> > > thanks, i already corrected the sendmail entry.
> > > No, i am not using -n
> > >
> > > Also, is there any indication when rsync will tell me that a file is
> > > "uptodate"...
> > If you use the -t preserve timestamps option, if the timestamps still match
> > the next time it will completely skip it and not print out the file. Even
> > if the contents match it will print out the filename. To avoid that you
> > could have it first do a checksum on the contents with the -c option but
> > keep in mind that does an extra complete pass through the whole file on
> > both ends and usually it is not worth it.
> > - Dave Dykstra
> Erick Perez
> Network Administrator
> Mitchell Anderson & Blythe
> eperez at mitchellanderson-blythe.com
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