This is a discussion on Re: transfer stats wrong? - Tools ; On Sun, 2008-03-30 at 22:34 -0500, Dan Letkeman wrote: > I have a set of files on my laptop running xp. I'm using > cwRsync_2.0.10 and syncing to a Netware Server. Everything appears to > be working fine, but the ...
On Sun, 2008-03-30 at 22:34 -0500, Dan Letkeman wrote:
> I have a set of files on my laptop running xp. I'm using
> cwRsync_2.0.10 and syncing to a Netware Server. Everything appears to
> be working fine, but the stats don't look right. When I run the sync
> for the first time it says this:
> Number of files: 2429
> Number of files transferred: 2119
> Total file size: 350713189 bytes
> Total transferred file size: 350713189 bytes
> Literal data: 0 bytes
> Matched data: 350713189 bytes
> File list size: 53362
> File list generation time: 0.555 seconds
> File list transfer time: 0.000 seconds
> Total bytes sent: 839730
> Total bytes received: 1094786
> sent 839730 bytes received 1094786 bytes 19639.76 bytes/sec
> total size is 350713189 speedup is 181.29
> And when I run it a second time without changing any files it says
> exactly the same thing. Why is it still transferring 2119 files
Probably differences in mtime are preventing rsync's "quick check" from
skipping transfers of unmodified files. To confirm this, pass -i and
see if you get itemize codes like ">f..t......". Then, pass -t if you
aren't doing so already, and try --modify-window=1 in case mtimes on the
destination filesystem have two-second granularity. If that doesn't fix
the problem, I'll give you some more things to try.
> why does it say that it received 1094786 bytes?
Delta-transferring 350MB of files that turn out to be unmodified could
reasonably involve receiving that much data.
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