cwrsync and CPU usage

Milutin Voinivich Milutin at
Thu Aug 12 13:40:22 GMT 2004

> or is it possible call cygwin´s rsync from a DOS shell line command?

Yes sure you need the the cygwin dll's will be in ypur pc path, or in the same
directory the rsynce located.

Milutin Voinivich

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jose Luis Poza" <pozaj at>
To: <rsync at>
Sent: Thursday, August 12, 2004 1:34 PM
Subject: RV: cwrsync and CPU usage 

Yes I´m using cwrync 1.2.4 that it contains the 2.6.2 rsync version command.

A problem I have to use cygwin is that I have implemented the cwrsync
command in a script .js (jscript) then... Should I make a new script bash
file  for linux? or is it possible call cygwin´s rsync from a DOS shell line

Thank you very much :)

Jos? Luis 
-----Mensaje original-----
De: Craig Barratt [mailto:cbarratt at] 
Enviado el: jueves, 12 de agosto de 2004 13:07
Para: Jose Luis Poza
CC: rsync at
Asunto: Re: cwrsync and CPU usage 

"Jose Luis Poza" writes:

> I have a "problem" witch cwsrync and a questions. Does cwrsync process
> (rsync.exe) use 100% (more or less) CPU in Windows 2000 server witch a 
> high level of kernel usage ?
> I have syncronized 11 servers (unix and windos) witch all their unit´s 
> files, that proccess during approach 17 hours (the proccess is make 
> every day). Is this time normal?. (A client makes all the request and 
> store in local the files).

Are you using the latest rsync (version 2.6.2)?  It runs a lot faster on

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