[Bug 3186] Surprisingly large unshared memory usage

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Thu Nov 24 00:11:09 GMT 2005


wayned at samba.org changed:

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------- Comment #5 from wayned at samba.org  2005-11-23 17:11 MST -------
I have been trying various copy commands to try to duplicate this, but haven't
seen anything wrong.  If -p is left off the memory for the shared file list
will become unshared, but I haven't yet seen another scenario that would cause

> Looks like it builds an entire equivalent file list
> for files on the receiving side.

Older rsync versions did create a duplicate file list when deleting, but that
was changed in recent releases to only need enough memory for a single
directory at a time plus whatever memory is needed for the scanning function to
recurse down to the deepest dir.

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