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fix of "<" and ">" in README.md

... ... @@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ To do backups we also tried a lot of different solution, and again I was have
to write own utility for this purpose.
The best known (for me) replacement for this utility is "lsyncd", however:
- It's code is on LUA. There a lot of problems connected with it,
- It's code is `>½` on LUA. There a lot of problems connected with it,
for example:
- It's more difficult to maintain the code with ordinary sysadmin.
- It really eats 100% CPU sometimes.
... ... @@ -67,7 +67,7 @@ to serve huge directories with a lot of containers right.
event. :(
- Sometimes, it's 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.
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.
... ... @@ -160,7 +160,7 @@ get sync-loop [file-update on A causes file-update on B causes file-update
on A causes ...].
Well, in this case I with my colleagues were using separate directories for
every node of cluster (e.g. "/srv/nodes/<NODE NAME>/containers/<CONTAINERS>")
every node of cluster (e.g. "`/srv/nodes/<NODE NAME>/containers/<CONTAINERS>`")
and syncing every directory only in one direction. That was failover with
load-balancing, but very unconvenient. So I've started to write code for
bi-directional syncing, however it's no time to complete it :(. So
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