[Csync2] alternate /tmp directory
chuck at itadmins.net
Tue Nov 29 08:07:53 CET 2011
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On 11/28/2011 10:01 PM, Lars Ellenberg wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 28, 2011 at 02:27:33PM +0100, Charles Williams wrote:
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>> On 11/28/2011 02:07 PM, Art -kwaak- van Breemen wrote:
>>> On Mon, Nov 28, 2011 at 02:00:37PM +0100, Charles Williams wrote:
>>>> I just found the config file option tempfile by searching the git rep
>>>> (maybe something like configuration file options should be documented.
>>>> not sure but it would seem to me why documentation exists). so will try
>>>> that now.
>>> Cool, it means it was accepted ;-).
>>> (I've replaced the 12M file cluster csync with mogilefs, so I
>>> haven't been following it).
>>> But about the documentation: actually there is none. The best
>>> documentation is the help from csync2 itself and the source code.
>>> One of the biggest things lacking in the documentation is:
>>> csyncs -TUI or better:
>>> csync2 -T <this source host> <new empty dest host> -UI
>>> to run in a new server in a cluster.
>>> It will actually make a dirty list based on database differences.
>>> The database of a new host is empty, so it wil get all files from
>>> the source host.
>> OK. here's the deal. your patch is NOT in 1.34 and the patch doesn't
>> apply cleanly. but I did the patch per hand, reconfigured, make, make
>> install and it seems to work now.
>> thanks for the info. will post this on my wiki to make sure it doesn't
> It is in what will be 2.0: http://git.linbit.com/csync2.git
> git clone git://git.linbit.com/csync2.git
> Sorry, I still need to find time to do a proper release, and I have yet
> some commits and uncommitted changes in my local checkout to tidy up.
> Yes, some even are updates to the "csync2 paper".
> At least I pushed some of the fixes that have been ready to be
> pushed for a while now.
> This defaults to generate the temp file just beneath the target file,
> and also to just rename the temp file over target file if possible,
> instead of truncating the target file, and copy all the tempfile into
> the target *again* (as 1.x does).
cool. can't wait to see how it well it works. thanks for the info.
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