Need information about "--stats" output.
c.shoemaker at cox.net
Wed Jun 16 16:48:17 GMT 2004
That's great stuff. What do you think about a cut-n-paste of this example and
explanation into the documentation somewhere?
On Wed, Jun 16, 2004 at 02:02:17PM -0700, Wayne Davison wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 16, 2004 at 11:16:30AM -0400, Collins, Kevin wrote:
> > Number of files: 161530
> > Number of files transferred: 327
> > Total file size: 97936829135 bytes
> > Total transferred file size: 945709165 bytes
> > Literal data: 741315984 bytes
> > Matched data: 204393181 bytes
> > File list size: 3446549
> > Total bytes written: 745547229
> > Total bytes read: 1090478
> > wrote 745547229 bytes read 1090478 bytes 87035.93 bytes/sec total size is
> > 97936829135 speedup is 131.17
> > The problem is: I don't know exactly how much it transferred offsite.
> The amount of "Literal data" (741,315,984 bytes) is the file data that
> we had to send over the socket to the receiver. The "Matched data"
> (204,393,181 bytes) is the remainder of the file data that was found to
> already exist in the files we updated. Both of those figures add up to
> the "Total transferred size" (945,709,165 bytes), which is the total
> amount of file data in the 327 files that got updated by the transfer.
> There were 161,530 total files found, and all those files (which
> includes the ones that got updated) totaled 97,936,829,135 bytes.
> The "Total bytes written" (745,547,229 bytes) includes the protocol
> overhead, so if you subtract off the "Literal data" from that you'll
> discover that there was an overhead of 4,231,245 bytes sent in the
> same direction as the transfer (the overhead in the opposite direction
> was 1,090,478 bytes). Keep in mind that if you were pulling the files
> instead of pushing them that the "Total bytes read" value would be the
> one that contained the "Literal data" value.
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