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Old 11-03-2008, 01:54 PM
Sven
 
Default total size/disk usage difference between source and destination

Thanks for feedback.

After doing a little bit research I found that the application (Apache
Tomcat) and backup (Veritas NetBackup) was running during the copy
job.

What influence have a running Tomcat and NetBackup on rsync?
What rsync (running as root) do if there are read-only files?

kind regards
Sven
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Old 11-04-2008, 12:02 AM
"Ricardo Carrillo"
 
Default total size/disk usage difference between source and destination

mmmm, with this options only you are indicating to rsync don't create
a directory name as name of your file, , maybe yoy can try these
options :


rsync -arvcu --partial --progress -e "/usr/bin/ssh" orign destiny

I've use these options to trasfer a big data vollume and alwas is OK.

Cheers

2008/11/2 Sven <aluoor@gmail.com>:
> Hi folks
>
> We migrated storage from local disk to SAN with:
>
> # rsync -avz /mnt/lvol00045/* /lvol00045
>
> Why there is a difference in size? How to explain this? Do we have
> inconsistency? What we did wrong?
>
> [...]
> /dev/mapper/vg01-lvol00045_old
> 10321208 3930336 6286016 39% /mnt/lvol00045
> [...]
> /dev/mapper/vg01-lvol00045
> 10321208 3163852 6633068 33% /lvol00045
> [...]
>
> kind regards
> Sven
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Old 11-04-2008, 01:08 AM
Les Mikesell
 
Default total size/disk usage difference between source and destination

Sven wrote:

Thanks for feedback.

After doing a little bit research I found that the application (Apache
Tomcat) and backup (Veritas NetBackup) was running during the copy
job.

What influence have a running Tomcat and NetBackup on rsync?
What rsync (running as root) do if there are read-only files?


That's generally not a problem, but you'll get a snapshot of changing
files, like growing logfiles, and if a file is deleted while still open
it will still consume space on the source as seen by 'df' until the
application closes it or exits but it won't be copied.


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