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RE: Optimizing large copies

From: Martin, Jason H
Subject: RE: Optimizing large copies
Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 12:14:53 -0700

That is an interesting idea.  It will satisfy the security-in-transit
requirements pretty nicely. That just leaves compiling OpenSSL, stunnel,
and rsync for multiple version of HPUX/Solaris/Linux and getting it all
working reliably. Not the ideal situation, but it may work.

Note that CFEngine isn't copying all that much data on any particular
run either, its just the operation to check if it *should* copy the data
that is taking a long time.  

Thank you,
-Jason Martin

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Brian E. Seppanen [mailto:address@hidden 
> Sent: Monday, September 26, 2005 10:35 AM
> To: Martin, Jason H
> Cc: address@hidden
> Subject: RE: Optimizing large copies
> On Mon, 26 Sep 2005, Martin, Jason H wrote:
> > I've used forced command before, but not with rsync. Do you 
> have any 
> > examples?
> One thing that you might be interested in is google for rsync 
> + stunnel 
> howto.  I use that type of setup to mirror filesystems 
> between two systems 
> seperated by several states, and the rsync simply updates 
> when things are 
> changed, so it doesn't copy all that much data.  In my 
> situation that does 
> mean that I can only commit changes on one host, because 
> changes to the 
> other will be overwritten.    Maybe something like that would 
> work for 
> you?
> my .02

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