1 file of 16000 always being updated
fabiano at personalsoft.com.br
Fri Dec 8 14:59:48 GMT 2006
I had already done this using md5sum. The checksums are the same.
I didn't mention this in the previous post because i'm not using checksum to
sync the files, so i tought it was irrelevant, and what matters was just the
size and date/time.
Despite size, date/time and checksum, is there some other attribute rsync
looks for to sync two files?
On 12/8/06, Jan-Benedict Glaw <jbglaw at lug-owl.de> wrote:
> On Fri, 2006-12-08 12:15:34 -0200, Fabiano Bonin <
> fabiano at personalsoft.com.br> wrote:
> > I'm trying rsync synchronizing some directories with about 16.000 files.
> > After the first synchronization, the others are transfering just the
> > changed files, as it is expected to be, except for 1 single file, that
> > is not changed (size or time) and is being transfered in all
> > synchronization.
> > The file is called JSPWiki.war, and is a java war file.
> > I checked the size and times on both servers and they are exactly the
> Please also check checksums (md5sum/sha512sum). I've at least seen
> things like this two times, where a HDD silently replied data from a
> bad sector.
> MfG, JBG
> Jan-Benedict Glaw jbglaw at lug-owl.de
> Signature of: If it doesn't work, force it.
> the second : If it breaks, it needed replacing anyway.
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