tianzj at vip.163.com
Thu May 26 03:26:46 GMT 2005
I actually have to use rsync-2.5.7-5.3E which is included in RHEL3.
I assume that the problem with the aging timestamps results in more
files are transferred...
I've no idea why the source timestamps are changed... Can anyone explain
this?? Or does anyone has an idea why it could happen?
Wayne Davison wrote:
> On Wed, May 25, 2005 at 09:24:50PM +1000, Juergen Busam wrote:
>>how is it possible that the files age a few hours on the source?
> If you're running at least 2.6.4, use the -i option to see a summary of
> what differences rsync sees between the pairs of files. For instance, a
> summary like this:
> Tells you that the timestamp was different (t) and that the file (f) was
> transferred to a local destination (>). Once you know what is different
> about the files, you'll be able to investigate how those differences got
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