rsync keeps writing files over
McDowellH at si.edu
Wed Jun 8 23:39:06 UTC 2016
The issue I¹m having is not writing to the LTO tape - rsync does that ok,
but we have just switch over to gcp followed by rsync as a double-check.
It has certainly helped with our LTO writing.
The problem I¹m having with the files continually re-writing is for a
local transfer from external HDD to internal HDD, both HFS+
On 6/3/16, 4:14 AM, "Perry Hutchison" <perryh at pluto.rain.com> wrote:
>"McDowell, Blake" <McDowellH at si.edu> wrote:
>> The storage is just an regular HDD in a mac pro tower. I can't
>> imagine why it wouldn't handle timestamps. Also of note - this
>> problem doesn't exist for every file, just the vast majority.
>> So, that just makes it more confusing.
>The filesystem format (MacOS native? FAT?) might be a factor.
>> Yes, I imagine rsync is not the best for linear tape but give the
>> choice between cp (which is faster and causes less problems but
>> offers almost zero verbosity) and rsync, I???ll choose rsync. If
>> people know of other options, I???d be very happy to know of them.
>Best choice for magtape is probably something like tar, cpio, or pax
>(for a file-oriented backup), or the appropriate variant of dump(8)
>(to back up an entire filesystem -- but not all FS formats have a
>dump/restore suite available).
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