On Fri, Mar 2, 2012 at 11:29 PM, HP <email@example.com> wrote:
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> On 02.03.2012 15:33, lina wrote:
>> Is it wrong when use
>> rsync -azvu source destination
>> sent 16 bytes received 43 bytes 5.13 bytes/sec total size is
>> 1507939808 speedup is 25558301.83
>> Destination $ du -sh md_0.xtc 342M md_0.xtc
>> Source $ du -sh md_0.xtc 1.5G md_0.xtc
>> my confusion is that why it stopped copy the rest.
> What are the timestamps of the source and destination? from the rsync
> - -u, --update skip files that are newer on the receiver
remove the -u, it works.
I am lack of truly understanding the "-u", last time form list they
told me the "-u", it worked magically for that case, so I took it as
panacea, and since that day I put it in any case I used sync. sorry.
>> Actually I got lots of questions but hesitated to ask, afraid of
>> being told that those are in manuals. I have read several times but
>> couldn't figure it out.
>>  suppose I use scp, due to the wireless is not stable, down, Can
>> I continue transferring?
> i think you want use one of those 2 options:
> --append append data onto shorter files
> --append-verify --append w/old data in file checksum
The -append not from the scp (I notice them in the rsync)?
google showed that seems the scp not support resume (at least in 2004.)
>>  When I ssh to a server, can I set up the terminal the same as
>> when we open a tab in termial, it will be in that directory of the
>> present tab's directory, can I open a tab in termial, with ssh
>> connected, can it also in that server's directory, not home
>> Really appreciate your answer,
>> Best regards,
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- Re: rsync
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