Note: "permalinks" may not be as permanent as we would like,
direct links of old sources may well be a few messages off.
This is my initial sync. There is no data yet on there. And yes, it is connected to a switch. This server only has 1 ethernet port... so maybe that's the problem. -marc On Oct 13, 2009, at 4:21 PM, Lars Ellenberg wrote: > Can you elaborte on the situation? > > Is this just a "what iff" question? > --> we provide the before-sync-target and after-sync-target hooks. > if you use them as intended, you always have something consistent > to fall back to. > > > Are you already in a situation where your > only remaining copy of data had been sync target before? > > Then you are in the unlucky situation, that your data is inconsistent. > Depending on how far the resync progressed before, and how desperate > you > are in trying to reconstruct some of the content, > and of course, how much file system meta data blocks would have been > target of resync, you may be able to still get to most of the files, > in some state or other. But I'd probably rather go for the latest > backup > than trying to do cumbersome forensics on a half-way bulk-updated file > system image. > > > Did I misunderstand the question?