rsync -rcv printing out filenames when content identical
mikolaj at kucharski.name
Wed Jan 26 14:06:35 MST 2011
On Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 12:48:42PM +0100, Paul Slootman wrote:
> On Wed 26 Jan 2011, Mikolaj Kucharski wrote:
> > both folders. I run always rsync -n -rcv --delete backup/ mail/ and
> > rsync randomly repors that Jira should be synced or not if I run this
> > command five times in a row in 1 second interval.
> Use -i to show what attributes rsync thinks are different, leading to
> the sync.
Cool. Thanks for that Paul.
rsync -v -n -rc --delete -i backup/ mail/
> means that a file is being transferred to the local host (received)
f for a file
c means either that a regular file has a different checksum
T means that the modification time will be set to the transfer time,
which happens when a file/symlink/device is updated without --times
Is it possible that rsync(1) can compute different checksum once in a
while for a file?
Can I see somehow checksum for each file computed by rsync(1)?
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