rsyncing large sized folder
love.wadhwa at naukri.com
Wed Nov 25 22:28:45 MST 2009
I am running the following command to rsync the same.
rsync -avz "folder to be rsynced" username at hostname::module
Nature of OS is linux and folders are rsynced by running the rsync daemon.
Also would like to know if it would take the same time or very less time for
rsync to sync the same folder the next time when there are few update done
at either end ?
Eliot Moss wrote:
> love.wadhwa wrote:
>> I have to rsync a folder say 0. This folder inside it contains sub
>> [0-999]. Inside this subfolders i have further subfolders [0-999]. so my
>> directory structure is:
>> /0/0/999/file and so on till /0/999/999/file.
>> Now i am syncing the parent folder /0 on another machine.I have copied
>> the data to other machine and then run rsync.But rsync is taking a lot of
>> time and is not getting completed.Moreover i want to know will rsync take
>> this much time only the first time or also the next time when it is again
>> run when theres only a change in few files say 5 or 10.
> So ... you have a million directories and at least a million files? It has
> exchange at least some metadata about all of these (size, date/time,
> and also has to access all those inodes on disks at each end. It does not
> surprise me that this will take a while. Even if there is no data to
> there is a goodly amount of *meta*data that rsync must examine. And it
> what flags you are passing as well ...
> Perhaps if you say more about the flags, the nature of the OSes at each
> and the kind of connection you have between the systems?
> Best wishes -- Eliot Moss
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