getting a list of conflicting files
kmk at sanitarium.net
Thu Aug 1 00:20:09 MDT 2013
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lsyncd is for real time syncing. Whenever something gets changed it
would spawn an rsync to update the other copy.
On 08/01/13 02:18, Jonathan Aquilina wrote:
> At this point im debating if rsync is the right tool. I am trying
> to determine if lsyncd which is based on rsync would do the trick.
> On Thu, Aug 1, 2013 at 8:15 AM, Kevin Korb <kmk at sanitarium.net
> <mailto:kmk at sanitarium.net>> wrote:
> I don't know if conflicting is really the right word but it is a
> list of differences. I wouldn't bother with the snapshot unless
> you are going to process the list and then do the real sync.
> On 08/01/13 02:10, Jonathan Aquilina wrote:
>> I was thinking of using an lvm snapshot. all i really need is
>> just a list of the conflicting files to be emailed in a report.
>> On Thu, Aug 1, 2013 at 8:02 AM, Kevin Korb <kmk at sanitarium.net
> <mailto:kmk at sanitarium.net>
>> <mailto:kmk at sanitarium.net <mailto:kmk at sanitarium.net>>> wrote:
>> It would tell you what rsync would have done without the
>> --dry-run and why it would have done it. But it can't guarantee
>> that nothing will change between the dry run and the real run.
>> Of course if your source is a snapshotted filesystem that won't
>> On 08/01/13 01:59, Jonathan Aquilina wrote:
>>> I am in the process of writing a script on some testing
>>> machines and I am wondering if having it perform a dry run and
>>> itemized the items if it would provide a list of differences
>>> such as file size and name etc conflicts
>>> -- Jonathan Aquilina
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> -- Jonathan Aquilina
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