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Hello,

I am synchronizing one ~15GB file over the network. This file from =
the previous day exists on the destination and I synchronized today's =
file over. This is the output.

Number of files: 1
Number of files transferred: 1
Total file size: 15919685632 bytes
Total transferred file size: 15919685632 bytes
Literal data: 6208029752 bytes
Matched data: 9711655880 bytes
File list size: 44
Total bytes written: 3576325033
Total bytes read: 433560=20

wrote 3576325033 bytes read 433560 bytes 962140.85 bytes/sec
total size is 15919685632 speedup is 4.45


Does the literal data indicate the actual number of bytes it sent over =
the wire to the destination ? What is Total bytes written ? This =
probably has been discussed earlier, but I would really appreciate it if =
someone could explain it again. On the destination side, I see that a =
temp file of 15919685632 bytes was constructed. Now if the all of the =
15919685632 bytes were not sent over, is this temp file on the server =
constructed from the existing file on the destination and the changes =
sent from the source ? Or were the entire 15919685632 bytes sent over ?

Please advise.

Thanks,
Sameer.
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Hello,


 

     I am synchronizing one =

~15GB file over the network. This file from the previous day exists =
on the=20
destination and I synchronized today's file over. This is the=20
output.

 

Number of files: 1
Number of files transferred: 1
Total file =
size:=20
15919685632 bytes
Total transferred file size: 15919685632 =
bytes
Literal=20
data: 6208029752 bytes
Matched data: 9711655880 bytes
File list =
size:=20
44
Total bytes written: 3576325033
Total bytes read: 433560=20
 

wrote 3576325033 bytes  read 433560 bytes  962140.85=20
bytes/sec
total size is 15919685632  speedup is 4.45

 

 

Does the literal data indicate the actual number of =
bytes it=20
sent over the wire to the destination ? What is Total bytes written =
?  This=20
probably has been discussed earlier, but I would really appreciate it if =
someone=20
could explain it again. On the destination side, I see that a temp file =
of=20
15919685632  bytes was constructed. Now if =
the all of=20
the 15919685632 bytes were not sent over, is this temp file on the =
server=20
constructed from the existing file on the destination and the changes =
sent from=20
the source ? Or were the entire 15919685632  bytes sent over =
?

 

Please advise.

 

Thanks,

Sameer.


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