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Wayne,

Is there any option to check whether the synchronization is going on
between
machine A and machine B ?

Requirement is, I have to check/monitor is there any synchronization
takes place between A and B,
if not, then only i have to allow the machine A to be rebooted by the User.

thanks
LAKS


Wayne Davison wrote:

>On Fri, Jul 29, 2005 at 11:24:13AM +0530, Lakshminarayanan Radhakrishnan wrote:
>
>
>>Can u please highlight the important fixes added upto 2.6.6 ?
>>
>>

>
>There have been several security fixes for those using rsync as a
>daemon. The memory use has decreased dramatically compared with the
>2.5.x series, and some options such as --hard-link are *much* more
>efficient. Some new options I particularly like: --delete-during
>(--del), --itemize-changes (-i), the --filter functionality, and
>--partial-dir (I use have the RSYNC_PARTIAL_DIR environment variable set
>for improved safety when using -P). Large files are handled much more
>efficiently, exclude patterns are less buggy, batch files actually work
>right, etc. etc. Lots of other really useful features and bug-fixes
>too numerous to mention here.
>
>
>
>>In samba site, anywhere mentioned about what patches given for each
>>release ?
>>
>>

>
>There's a link on the main page to the NEWS and OLDNEWS files:
>
> http://rsync.samba.org/ftp/rsync/NEWS
> http://rsync.samba.org/ftp/rsync/OLDNEWS
>
>They mention LOTS of changes, though, so you may want to skim mainly
>the SECURITY FIXES, ENHANCEMENTS, and BUG FIXES sections.
>
>..wayne..
>
>
>


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Wayne,



Is there any option to check whether the synchronization is going on
between

machine A and machine B  ?



Requirement is,  I have to check/monitor is there any synchronization
takes place between A and B,

if not, then only i have to allow the machine A to be rebooted by the
User.



thanks

LAKS





Wayne Davison wrote:


On Fri, Jul 29, 2005 at 11:24:13AM +0530, Lakshminarayanan Radhakrishnan wrote:


Can u please highlight the important fixes added upto  2.6.6 ?



There have been several security fixes for those using rsync as a
daemon. The memory use has decreased dramatically compared with the
2.5.x series, and some options such as --hard-link are *much* more
efficient. Some new options I particularly like: --delete-during
(--del), --itemize-changes (-i), the --filter functionality, and
--partial-dir (I use have the RSYNC_PARTIAL_DIR environment variable set
for improved safety when using -P). Large files are handled much more
efficiently, exclude patterns are less buggy, batch files actually work
right, etc. etc. Lots of other really useful features and bug-fixes
too numerous to mention here.



In samba site, anywhere mentioned about what patches given for each
release ?



There's a link on the main page to the NEWS and OLDNEWS files:

http://rsync.samba.org/ftp/rsync/NEWS
http://rsync.samba.org/ftp/rsync/OLDNEWS

They mention LOTS of changes, though, so you may want to skim mainly
the SECURITY FIXES, ENHANCEMENTS, and BUG FIXES sections.

...wayne..






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