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directories with a lot of containers right.
- It cannot run rsync for a pack of files. It runs rsync for every
event. :(
- Too complex in configuration for our situation.
- It can't set another event-collecting delay for big files. We don't
want to sync big files (>1GiB) so often as ordinary files.
Sorry, if I'm wrong. Let me know if it is, please :). "lsyncd" - is really
good and useful utility, just it's not appropriate for us.
2.) inotify vs fanotify:
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--collectdelay -t
--commondelay -w
--outlistsdir -d
--rsync -R
--dontunlinklists -U
--bigfilethreshold -B
--bigfilecollectdelay -T
--verbose -v
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* --commondelay - delay in addition for all queues (def: 15)
* --outlistsdir - path to directory, where clsync should temporary save his
events' lists
--rsync - forces to generate list-files for "--include-from" of rsync
--dontunlinklists - forces to do not delete list-files
* --bigfilethreshold - file size theshold to mark file as big (def: 134217728)
* --bigfilecollectdelay - delay to collect events for big files (def: 1800)
--verbose - increases verbosity (doesn't do anything at the moment)
--debug - increases debugging output
--quite - suppresses errors output
--fanotify - uses "fanotify" subsystem instead of "inotify"
-inotify - uses "inotify" subsystem instead of "fanotify" (def)
--inotify - uses "inotify" subsystem instead of "fanotify" (def)
* --label - sets label of current clsync instance
--help - outputs the same info as above
--version - outputs version of clsync
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