meta bug: info on "why" xfer seems no longer available? (3.1.0)
kmk at sanitarium.net
Sat Aug 9 15:35:11 MDT 2014
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You want less -v and more --itemize-changes. --verbose is utterly
useless without --itemize-changes.
On 08/09/2014 01:41 PM, L. A. Walsh wrote:
> I just copied a file system using
> At least 1 new directory had been created on the source during the
> xfer (took 9+hours -- 7TB), so I wanted to verify I hadn't missed
> Using rsync:
>> rsync --version
> rsync version 3.1.0 protocol version 31 Capabilities: 64-bit
> files, 64-bit inums, 64-bit timestamps, 64-bit long ints,
> socketpairs, hardlinks, symlinks, IPv6, batchfiles, inplace,
> append, ACLs, xattrs, iconv, symtimes, prealloc, SLP
> did: rsync -auvnHAX /oDATA/. /DATA/.
> got back a rather large list of 4 directories and 13708 files!...
> So wanted to see WHY it wanted to update them, as I thought the
> full xfsdump/restore should have resulted in an exact copy.
> Tried :
> rsync -auvvnHAX /oDATA/. /DATA/.
> which manpage said would list "why"... it didn't.
> I got an 84276 line summary, that Showed all of the files... with
> <filename> is uptodate and <filename> (and nothing else) on lines
> where it wasn't uptodate.
> total: matches=0 hash_hits=0 false_alarms=0 data=0
> sent 4,482,129 bytes received 8,653,370 bytes 1,142,217.30
> bytes/sec total size is 8,329,967,491,093 speedup is 634,156.91
> (DRY RUN)
> I tried -vvv, but didn't see anything in the 596694 line output
> file that told reasons...
> Lots of [sender] makefile(xxcxx,*,2) [sender] pusing local
> filters..(by dir?)
> recv_filename received 5 names recv_file_list done [receiver]
> receiving flist for dir 14
> but still no reasons (I could be missing them in all all the
> output, but don't see other types of lines...)
> Is there some other option now to determine the reason why a file
> was xfered?
Kevin Korb Phone: (407) 252-6853
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