Robin Lee Powell
robinleepowell at gmail.com
Sun Aug 7 04:00:58 UTC 2022
I've definitely not seen that. If you can produce a working example
and tar it up for us to look at, that might be interesting/useful.
Just to check, though: you do not have --checksum/-c on, right?
On Sat, Aug 06, 2022 at 05:54:12PM +0000, Gregory Heytings via rsync wrote:
> I finally take the time to report an rsync slowness pattern that I've been
> seeing for years.
> a directory with many (> 20K) files, for example a maildir, on the sending
> side, and
> a partial copy of that directory on the receiving side, with "enough"
> missing missing (say 5K),
> then the receiving side will do the following: it will take about one minute
> to start transferring the missing files, and will apparently hang about one
> minute every 200 files or so. After a few (about 10 or 20) iterations, the
> receiving side apparently hangs.
> On the receiving side rsync is using 100% CPU, on the sending side not more
> than a few percents. In case it matters, both sides are using ext4
> filesystems, and Debian GNU/Linux.
> I tried --msgs2stderr -M--msgs2stderr, but that does not print any error
> message, I also tried to disable compression, to use --whole-file, to use
> --no-inc-recursive, ..., to no avail.
> Any hints?
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