Number of Files Processed?
RBreedlove at caiso.com
Wed May 15 10:25:01 EST 2002
Yes, the process does not complete and deletes are not done. I believe the
error is a code(13).
From: tim.conway at philips.com [mailto:tim.conway at philips.com]
Sent: Wednesday, May 15, 2002 9:57 AM
To: Breedlove, Robert
Cc: 'rsync at lists.samba.org'; r.figueroa at philips.com
Subject: Re: Number of Files Processed?
Is that a question? The sentence "When I remove the "/data/EMS/parameters"
directory, things work fine." implies that if you don't, things don't work
fine, but you don't say
what that is. Could you supply a little more information please?
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Subject: Number of Files Processed?
I am using the following command to mirror a directory between two Sun
systems using rsync 2.5.5:
/usr/local/bin/rsync --verbose --archive --delete --ignore-errors
--exclude-from=$HOME/ems.exclude $SOURCE $DEST
It appears that deletes and even transfers are being affected by the
of files. Here is a look at the directories:
/data/EMS/data : 1
/data/EMS/hist : 0
/data/EMS/parameters : 6089
/data/EMS : 36
Files Found: 6126
As you can see, this is a relatively small number of files. As I
it, each file accounts for 100 bytes (612,600 bytes) of memory. We have
2,048 Meg memory on these systems. When I remove the
directory, things work fine.
Can someone advise me on this? Thanks.
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