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Re: [Duplicity-talk] Using as a more efficient sync mechanism

From: Tim Riemenschneider
Subject: Re: [Duplicity-talk] Using as a more efficient sync mechanism
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2012 23:05:04 +0200
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Am 19.07.2012 00:13, schrieb Konstantin Ryabitsev:
> Hello:
> I am pondering the following -- would it be possible to use duplicity as
> a way to sync changes between a number of systems in a more efficient
> manner than rsync proper.
> Example:
> I have host0:/srv/bajillionfiles and host[1-9]:/srv/bajillionfiles
> The contents of "bajillionfiles" change frequently, but not by a lot.
> Running rsync between host0 and host[1-9] is extremely inefficient,
> because for each 9 hosts it has to chew throw a bajillion files and
> compare them with host0.
Hm, in this use-case I would use "rsync --write-batch" (or maybe
--only-write-batch?) and "rsync --read-batch"; at least what I read from
the man-page, that is exactly what is needed, isn't it?


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