script showing extended stats ( deleted/added ...)
kmk at sanitarium.net
Sat Dec 17 22:45:00 UTC 2016
On 12/17/2016 05:36 PM, devzero at web.de wrote:
> for pre 3.0.9 which is still standard in centos7 with recent updates,
> --stats does neither show number of deleted, nor added files
And it never will. If you want new features (even new security
features) you don't want CentOS.
> Am 17. Dezember 2016 18:06:56 MEZ, schrieb Kevin Korb <kmk at sanitarium.net>:
> --stats has most of that information in it.
> On 12/17/2016 08:01 AM, devzero at web.de wrote:
> is there a script which analyses rsync output with
> --itemize-changes ?
> i.e. i would like to have extended information on number of
> deleted files, created directories, changed files....
> i know rsync 3.1.x is better with this, but it`s still not in
> centos 5/6/7 and i don`t want to update tons of systems to get
> extended statistics, so i wonder if anbody did an analyze script
> to get that information from --itemize-changes afterwards.
> if it does not exist, i would try create such script. should not
> be too hard to do...
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