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Updated README.md

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7. Other uses
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Also, clsync may be used to do nearly atomic directory recursive copy.
For example, command
ionice -c 3 clsync -L /dev/shm/clsync --exit-on-no-events -x 23 -x 24 -M rsyncdirect -S $(which rsync) -W /path/from -D /path/to -d1
may be used to copy "/path/from" into "/path/to" with sync up of changes made (in "/path/from") while the copying. It will copy new changes over and over until there will be no changes, and then clsync will exit.
may be used to copy "/path/from" into "/path/to" with sync up of changes made (in "/path/from") while the copying. It will copy new changes over and over until there will be no changes, and then clsync will exit. It may be used as atomicity-like recursive copy.
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clsync -w5 -t5 -T5 -x1 -W /var/www/site.example.org/root -Mdirect -Schown --uid 0 --gid 0 -Ysyslog -b1 -- --from=root www-data:www-data %INCLUDE-LIST%
may be used to fix files owner in runtime.
may be used to fix files owner in runtime. This may be used as a temporary solution for fixing file privileges of misconfigured web-servers (it's well-known problem of apache users).
8. Clustering
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