Thanks for your quick response.
If csync2 just dies, what happens with the file I was syncing on my target
system?
Do I have an incomplete file inside my filesystem or does it sync the content to
a tempfile at first, like rsync?
If it works like rsync, will the tempfile be removed on the target system or do
i have a dead file?

> Lars Ellenberg <lars.ellenb...@linbit.com> hat am 7. August 2017 um 14:18
> geschrieben:
>
>
> On Mon, Aug 07, 2017 at 01:06:49PM +0200, Jonathan Keuser wrote:
> > Hey everybody,
> >
> > just a question: How does a running csync2 replication react to a SIGTERM?
> > For
> > me it's obscure and on the internet I could not find anything about it.
>
> It just dies.
> No further handling.
>
> Or are you talking about win32 cygwin cs2monitor?
> That will "killall" csync2 processes, and then "restart"
> (rather: recycle) itself.
>
>
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