About mirroring in both sides
dwd at bell-labs.com
Tue Oct 23 02:04:41 EST 2001
I am sorry, but I am having trouble understanding your question because of
the poor English in your message.
Does the -u or --update option help you?
Normally rsync does not delete files that are excluded. A common problem
is that people do not include a slash at the end of the source path and
don't realize that that means the destination has the base directory
name added onto it.
- Dave Dykstra
On Sun, Oct 21, 2001 at 09:46:29PM +0900, taisaki wrote:
> I am taisaki
> About how to carry out mirroring with both server
> Although I would like you to teach
> About rsync, although it is a question, this time
> hostA hostB It is related with ssh connection.
> authorized_keys is held on both sides. In the environment which can be
> used satisfactory
> hostA /export/Data
> The following directories
> hostB /export/temp
> a mirror is carried out to below -- making -- present rsync avue ssh--
> exclude '*-'--, although
> delete/export/Data/user at hostname.co.jp:/export/temp/is performed
> This It is rsync avue ssh similarly at hostB. -- exclude'* -' -- as delete
> user at hostname:/export/temp//export/Data/
> thing which performs hostA -> hostB & hostB -> hostA, and does not have $B$^(B
> $B$9(B in hostA at the first specification Since it has deleted when hostB is
> suited, the file created by hostB will be erased.
> What method is there in canceling this?
> What to do All data created by hostA A mirror is carried out to hostB
> and the file which is not in hostA deletes in that case.
> All data created by hostB A mirror is carried out to hostA and it is in
> that case. I understand that the file which is not in hostB is deleted.
> I ask of you well.
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