On Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 10:07:21AM -0600, Kevin Fenzi wrote:
Following up on myself after looking some more...
we do our rsyncs to the master mirrors in a number of steps:
rsync excluding the repodata and not deleting
rsync again deleting after
Why are you doing it this way rather than just using --delay-updates
in a single sync?
--delete --delete-after --delay-updates --numeric-ids
So, 12 batch files + 2 more when we have branched.
That makes it more complex, but still might be a win?
I've played with batch mode before I think it is too complex and prone
to breakage. What if a sync fails for one whole day? I need to
manually intervene to do a regular sync?