contribute to rsync
garvits45 at gmail.com
Sun May 19 22:48:04 MDT 2013
Thanks kevin, I know very well about lsyncd but lsyncd will not work if the
network gets deactivate even for the moment. If the connection breaks
between the source and the destination then we need to again start the
lsyncd. I am talking about the situation in which even the source make
updates during network inactivity(offline) the destination gets updated
once the source gets online without the users involvement. Please let me
know your views on it.
On Sun, May 19, 2013 at 8:34 PM, Kevin Korb <kmk at sanitarium.net> wrote:
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> On 05/19/13 23:19, garvit sharma wrote:
> > Hello All,
> > Myself Garvit Sharma working in hyderabad central university(HCU)
> > at DCIS. I have started using rsync to sync the data and i found it
> > very interesting. After using rsync a lot i realized to contribute
> > to rsync by adding some extra features into it. Every time for
> > synchronization we need to do it manually by executing command on
> > the command line but instead of doing it manually imagine if it
> > does automatically sync whenever it find changes in the single
> > file. To do this we need to start a daemon on both the source and
> > destination and these daemon will check the time stamp of last
> > modification of the directory we want and if it finds the new time
> > stamp then it will sync.
> > The above mentioned idea is my own and i have already started
> > reading and understanding the source of rsync. Please give your
> > comments, your comments matters a lot for me.
> > Thanks,
> > -- Regards
> > Garvit Sharma Computer Science and Engineering UG Third year LNM
> > IIT, Jaipur
> > /No Body is a Scholar by birth, its only hard work and strong
> > determination that makes him master./ / /
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Computer Science and Engineering
UG Third year
LNM IIT, Jaipur
*No Body is a Scholar by birth, its only hard work and strong determination
that makes him master.*
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