Synchronization success stories?

2014-04-16 Thread Tilmann Singer
David Bremner writes: >> With a reused ssh connection this is sufficiently fast for me (<2s). If >> there is interest I can clean up the script of hardcoded paths etc. and >> put it on github. > > Sure, sounds at least as good as what I am using. Also, syncmaildir > recently did something pretty

Re: Synchronization success stories?

2014-04-15 Thread Brian Sniffen
David Mazieres dm-list-email-notm...@scs.stanford.edu writes: David Bremner da...@tethera.net writes: Brian Sniffen bsnif...@akamai.com writes: I'm thrilled by using notmuch to manage my mail. Low-latency search is very important to me. But I use computers in a couple of places---several

Re: Synchronization success stories?

2014-04-15 Thread Tilmann Singer
David Bremner da...@tethera.net writes: With a reused ssh connection this is sufficiently fast for me (2s). If there is interest I can clean up the script of hardcoded paths etc. and put it on github. Sure, sounds at least as good as what I am using. Also, syncmaildir recently did something

Synchronization success stories?

2014-04-14 Thread Brian Sniffen
David Mazieres writes: > David Bremner writes: > >> Brian Sniffen writes: >> >>> I'm thrilled by using notmuch to manage my mail. Low-latency search is >>> very important to me. But I use computers in a couple of >>> places---several of which are laptops. Has anyone stories to share of >>>

Synchronization success stories?

2014-04-13 Thread Tilmann Singer
David Mazieres writes: > What happens if you get a message that's been stuck in a queue for a few > days and has an old Date: header? It would be missed. I have set the timespan to look backwards for new mail to one month to be a bit safer against the stuck-in-queue cases, but mails with older

Synchronization success stories?

2014-04-13 Thread Tilmann Singer
I have experimented with offlineimap, syncmaildir and rsync. The append-only approach of notmuch makes synchronization of the mail corpus simpler, so there are lots of options. With ssh access to the server, I found rsync to be conceptually the simplest, but it turned out to be too slow for me

Synchronization success stories?

2014-04-13 Thread dm-list-email-notm...@scs.stanford.edu
Tilmann Singer writes: > David Mazieres writes: >> What happens if you get a message that's been stuck in a queue for a few >> days and has an old Date: header? > > It would be missed. I have set the timespan to look backwards for new > mail to one month to be a bit safer against the

Synchronization success stories?

2014-04-13 Thread David Bremner
Tilmann Singer writes: > > With a reused ssh connection this is sufficiently fast for me (<2s). If > there is interest I can clean up the script of hardcoded paths etc. and > put it on github. Sure, sounds at least as good as what I am using. Also, syncmaildir recently did something pretty

Synchronization success stories?

2014-04-13 Thread David Mazieres
Tilmann Singer writes: > The steps performed on a sync run are roughly like this: > > - local: notmuch new > - local: notmuch search --output=messages .. > - remote: notmuch new > - remote: notmuch search --output=messages .. > - compare search results > - run rsync for mails that only exist

Re: Synchronization success stories?

2014-04-13 Thread Tilmann Singer
I have experimented with offlineimap, syncmaildir and rsync. The append-only approach of notmuch makes synchronization of the mail corpus simpler, so there are lots of options. With ssh access to the server, I found rsync to be conceptually the simplest, but it turned out to be too slow for me

Re: Synchronization success stories?

2014-04-13 Thread David Bremner
Tilmann Singer t...@tils.net writes: With a reused ssh connection this is sufficiently fast for me (2s). If there is interest I can clean up the script of hardcoded paths etc. and put it on github. Sure, sounds at least as good as what I am using. Also, syncmaildir recently did something

Re: Synchronization success stories?

2014-04-13 Thread David Mazieres
Tilmann Singer t...@tils.net writes: The steps performed on a sync run are roughly like this: - local: notmuch new - local: notmuch search --output=messages some time ago..now - remote: notmuch new - remote: notmuch search --output=messages some time ago..now - compare search results -

Re: Synchronization success stories?

2014-04-13 Thread Tilmann Singer
David Mazieres dm-list-email-notm...@scs.stanford.edu writes: What happens if you get a message that's been stuck in a queue for a few days and has an old Date: header? It would be missed. I have set the timespan to look backwards for new mail to one month to be a bit safer against the

Re: Synchronization success stories?

2014-04-13 Thread dm-list-email-notmuch
Tilmann Singer t...@tils.net writes: David Mazieres dm-list-email-notm...@scs.stanford.edu writes: What happens if you get a message that's been stuck in a queue for a few days and has an old Date: header? It would be missed. I have set the timespan to look backwards for new mail to one

Synchronization success stories?

2014-04-11 Thread David Mazieres
David Bremner writes: > Brian Sniffen writes: > >> I'm thrilled by using notmuch to manage my mail. Low-latency search is >> very important to me. But I use computers in a couple of >> places---several of which are laptops. Has anyone stories to share of >> successful multi-computer notmuch

Synchronization success stories?

2014-04-11 Thread David Bremner
Brian Sniffen writes: > I'm thrilled by using notmuch to manage my mail. Low-latency search is > very important to me. But I use computers in a couple of > places---several of which are laptops. Has anyone stories to share of > successful multi-computer notmuch sync, for a corpus of a >

Synchronization success stories?

2014-04-11 Thread Brian Sniffen
I'm thrilled by using notmuch to manage my mail. Low-latency search is very important to me. But I use computers in a couple of places---several of which are laptops. Has anyone stories to share of successful multi-computer notmuch sync, for a corpus of a quarter-million messages or so? I've

Re: Synchronization success stories?

2014-04-11 Thread David Bremner
Brian Sniffen bsnif...@akamai.com writes: I'm thrilled by using notmuch to manage my mail. Low-latency search is very important to me. But I use computers in a couple of places---several of which are laptops. Has anyone stories to share of successful multi-computer notmuch sync, for a

Re: Synchronization success stories?

2014-04-11 Thread David Mazieres
David Bremner da...@tethera.net writes: Brian Sniffen bsnif...@akamai.com writes: I'm thrilled by using notmuch to manage my mail. Low-latency search is very important to me. But I use computers in a couple of places---several of which are laptops. Has anyone stories to share of

Synchronization success stories?

2014-04-10 Thread Brian Sniffen
I'm thrilled by using notmuch to manage my mail. Low-latency search is very important to me. But I use computers in a couple of places---several of which are laptops. Has anyone stories to share of successful multi-computer notmuch sync, for a corpus of a quarter-million messages or so? I've