Manual Reference Pages - DIRSYNC (1)
dirsync - Syncronize two directories rapidly
$Id: dirsync,v 1.15 2007/08/04 07:33:29 rob Exp $
# Rebuild the source cache for rapid updating.
dirsync [ options ] --rebuild <source_dir>
# Quickly update source to destination.
dirsync [ options ] <source_dir> <dest_dir>
# Mirror source to destination ignoring cache.
# (almost like: cp -a <source_dir>/. <dest_dir>/.
# except files may be deleted in destination
# to ensure exact consistency with source.)
dirsync [ options ] --nocache <source_dir> <dest_dir>
This is just a wrapper script for easy commandline
access to File::DirSync. It mirrors all files and
symlinks recursively from source_dir to dest_dir.
--help (or -h)
Show this help screen
--rebuild (or -r)
Rebuilds the dirsync cache on source_dir.
Write access to source_dir is required to rebuild.
If dest_dir is not specified when this option is,
then nothing is mirrored to anywhere after the
cache is rebuilt.
--local (or -l)
Local directory only, no recursion.
--nocache (or -n)
When mirroring from source_dir to dest_dir, do not
assume that --rebuild has built the dirsync cache
on source_dir already. It is ignored and all files
are mirrored. This option will significantly slow
the performance of the mirroring process.
--ignore <dir> (or -i=<dir>)
Avoid recursing into directories named <dir> within
the entire descent of source_dir. This option
applies to both the --rebuild option and the mirroring
process if a second directory is supplied. It may be
specified multiple times to ignore several directories.
--only <node> (or -o=<node>)
If this option is used, this will be the only node
checked for changes, but the cache will still be
rebuilt all the way to source_dir. This only node
must always be a subdirectory or a file within a
subdirectory of source_dir. This option only applies
to the --rebuild option. It may be specified multiple
times to rebuild several nodes.
--skew (or -s)
Enable clock skew protection. If a file or directory
is found within source_dir modified in the future,
the timestamp will be reset back to now to prevent
corrupting the directory cache into the future.
--concur <lockfile> (or -c=<lockfile>)
If this option is used, <lockfile> will be used to
ensure that only one dirsync process is running at
a time. If another process is concurrently running,
this process will immediately abort without doing
anything. If <lockfile> does not exist, it will be
--gentle <percent>[:<ops>] (or -g=<percent>:<ops>)
If this option is specified, then dirsync will spend
<percent> % of the time sleeping instead of syncing.
If <ops> is specified, it will perform <ops> disk
operations in between each pause cycle.
If this option is not specified, dirsync will burn
continually until the process has completed.
--proctitle (or -p)
If this option is specified, the process name will be
modified to show the current operation. This can be
useful for viewing or monitoring the progress.
--verbose (or -v)
Show extra details.
Rob Brown, email@example.com
Copyright (C) 2001-2006, Rob Brown, firstname.lastname@example.org
All rights reserved.
This may be copied, modified, and distributed under the same
terms as Perl itself.
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