Sync multiple devices through a server running rsync in daemon mode
alexandresecchin at gmail.com
Fri Aug 17 17:47:34 UTC 2018
Kevin, thank you for your suggestion. I will take a time to study the
Unison. Maybe it can be a solution.
Em ter, 14 de ago de 2018 às 10:59, Kevin Korb via rsync <
rsync at lists.samba.org> escreveu:
> It sounds like you are assuming that rsync can do a 2-way sync which it
> can't and you are asking about collision detection which it doesn't have.
> Maybe you want something like unison or owncloud.
> Also, if you are doing anything that requires write access or
> authentication you probably don't want rsync in daemon mode.
> On 08/14/2018 05:21 AM, Alexandre via rsync wrote:
> > Hi, folks!
> > I have a question about rsync running in daemon mode.
> > Let's pretend that two mobile devices, X and Y, need to be synchronized
> > by means of a server, where the rsync is running in daemon mode. If the
> > device X starts synchronizing a file with the server and after a short
> > while (before the device X finishes its sync) the device Y also tries to
> > sync with (the same file), does the rsync daemon prevent the file
> > corruption keeping the device Y waiting for X finishes its sync?
> > Best regards,
> > Alexandre
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