Re: rsyncing files that might change

2007-11-01 Thread Fabian Cenedese
At 23:09 31.10.2007 -0400, Matt McCutchen wrote: On Thu, 2007-11-01 at 10:35 +1000, Franc Carter wrote: If am rsyncing a file and I have the the following sequence of events happen in the same second 1. rsync starts 2. rsync sends some chunk of data to the other end 3 a local

Re: rsyncing files that might change

2007-11-01 Thread Franc Carter
On 11/1/07, Fabian Cenedese [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At 23:09 31.10.2007 -0400, Matt McCutchen wrote: On Thu, 2007-11-01 at 10:35 +1000, Franc Carter wrote: If am rsyncing a file and I have the the following sequence of events happen in the same second 1. rsync starts 2. rsync

Re: rsyncing files that might change

2007-11-01 Thread Franc Carter
On 11/1/07, Matt McCutchen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, 2007-11-01 at 10:35 +1000, Franc Carter wrote: If am rsyncing a file and I have the the following sequence of events happen in the same second 1. rsync starts 2. rsync sends some chunk of data to the other end 3 a

Re: rsyncing files that might change

2007-11-01 Thread Jamie Lokier
Franc Carter wrote: Unfortunately, yes. Shouldn't that be caught by the fact that the source file has a new (or at least different) time stamp now? Sorry, I should have given a clearer example. All in one second 1. a process modifies the file and hence

rsyncing files that might change

2007-10-31 Thread Franc Carter
Hi, I hope I have not been google-incompetant, but I have been unable to find an explicit answer a case I am concerned about. If am rsyncing a file and I have the the following sequence of events happen in the same second 1. rsync starts 2. rsync sends some chunk of data to the other end

RE: rsyncing files that might change

2007-10-31 Thread Tony Abernethy
Flames/Cluestick invited if I've got this wrong. I would expect: rsync checks blocks on source to see if they are the same. blocks which seemed to be the same (past tense) are not sent. blocks which seemed to be different will be sent with whatever the current content of the block happens to be.

Re: rsyncing files that might change

2007-10-31 Thread Matt McCutchen
On Thu, 2007-11-01 at 10:35 +1000, Franc Carter wrote: If am rsyncing a file and I have the the following sequence of events happen in the same second 1. rsync starts 2. rsync sends some chunk of data to the other end 3 a local process modifies the chunk that has just been sent

[Bug 1529] 32bit rollover problem rsyncing files greater than 4GB in size

2005-09-07 Thread samba-bugs
https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1529 --- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2005-09-07 01:36 --- Sorry, Wayne you are right 2^32+1 really is 1. :) Yes 2^60 seems much to big to be practicable today but maybe, to avoid problems in the future, it would be better to

[Bug 1529] 32bit rollover problem rsyncing files greater than 4GB in size

2005-09-06 Thread samba-bugs
https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1529 --- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2005-09-06 06:37 --- Now when len is OFF_T is it possible that sum-count (which is size_t) in sum_sizes_sqroot() will rollover too at line: sum-count = (len + (blength - 1)) /

[Bug 1529] 32bit rollover problem rsyncing files greater than 4GB in size

2005-09-06 Thread samba-bugs
https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1529 --- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2005-09-06 11:10 --- (In reply to comment #8) Did I made a mistake here? I have some minor quibbles with what you stated (which I will describe below), but, as you point out, this value

[Bug 1529] 32bit rollover problem rsyncing files greater than 4GB in size

2005-09-06 Thread samba-bugs
https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1529 --- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2005-09-06 11:38 --- [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~ cat rsync-intoverflowtest.c #include limits.h #include stdio.h int main(void) { unsigned i = UINT_MAX; printf(i = %u, i+1 = %u\n,

Rsyncing files

2004-10-28 Thread Ryan Holowaychuk
I want to to an Rsync with 4 servers.I want to sync the passwd and shadow. But I only want to do certain records to sync. basically all the user info. Is there away that this can be done? or do I have to do the whole file? thank you Ryan Holowaychuk Owner - HGIlive www.hgilive.com

Re: Rsyncing files

2004-10-28 Thread Paul Slootman
On Thu 28 Oct 2004, Ryan Holowaychuk wrote: I want to to an Rsync with 4 servers. I want to sync the passwd and shadow. But I only want to do certain records to sync. basically all the user info. Is there away that this can be done? or do I have to do the whole file? Rsync handles data per

[Bug 1529] 32bit rollover problem rsyncing files greater than 4GB in size

2004-08-04 Thread samba-bugs
https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1529 --- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2004-07-31 03:48 --- I was getting bitten by the same bug, im my case a 4.1GB file rolling over in 100MBs. I've applied the patch and the problem in generate_and_send_sums is indeed fixed,

[Bug 1529] 32bit rollover problem rsyncing files greater than 4GB in size

2004-08-04 Thread samba-bugs
https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1529 --- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2004-07-31 09:43 --- (In reply to comment #2) I was getting bitten by the same bug, im my case a 4.1GB file rolling over in 100MBs. I've applied the patch and the problem in

[Bug 1529] 32bit rollover problem rsyncing files greater than 4GB in size

2004-08-04 Thread samba-bugs
https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1529 [EMAIL PROTECTED] changed: What|Removed |Added CC||[EMAIL PROTECTED] ---

[Bug 1529] 32bit rollover problem rsyncing files greater than 4GB in size

2004-08-04 Thread samba-bugs
https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1529 --- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2004-07-31 12:42 --- I was under the impression that both sides needed it, because after I patched one end, it still didn't work for me, but after I patched both ends, it did. But

[Bug 1529] 32bit rollover problem rsyncing files greater than 4GB in size

2004-08-04 Thread samba-bugs
https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1529 --- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2004-08-01 13:45 --- (In reply to comment #2) I've applied the patch and the problem in generate_and_send_sums is indeed fixed, but it appears to have just moved onto another much graver

[Bug 1529] New: 32bit rollover problem rsyncing files greater than 4GB in size

2004-07-16 Thread samba-bugs
https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1529 Summary: 32bit rollover problem rsyncing files greater than 4GB in size Product: rsync Version: 2.6.2 Platform: x86 OS/Version: Linux Status: NEW Severity

[Bug 1529] 32bit rollover problem rsyncing files greater than 4GB in size

2004-07-16 Thread samba-bugs
https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1529 [EMAIL PROTECTED] changed: What|Removed |Added Status|NEW |RESOLVED Resolution|

rsyncing files in flash

2003-02-25 Thread wim delvaux
HI all, I wonder how rsync works when files-to-be-updated are in flash (e.g. on IPAQ) Ideally rsync should write to the flash as little as possible (because of max reflash count) SO ideally the following should happen If file needs to be updated, the new file is created. Then the old file is

Re: rsyncing files in flash

2003-02-25 Thread Bennett Todd
2003-02-25T11:25:29 wim delvaux: I wonder how rsync works when files-to-be-updated are in flash (e.g. on IPAQ) Same thing that happens anywhere, as long as the flash is presented as a filesystem with POSIX semantics to a platform where rsync can run. I use rsync for automatic backups of Memory

rsyncing files larger then 2gb (problem resolve)...

2001-10-24 Thread Andre Quintana
Dear Folks or the rsync club, Just to inform some of you who may have read my problem report about rsyncing files larger then 2gb. I'm happy to inform you all that the upgrade from 2.3.1 to 2.4.6, has resolved the problem of rsyncing files larger then 2gb and up to a 5.7gb as tested