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The discrepance is mostly likely caused by more sparsely-populated file on the old disk. Anyway, let's first check that file and inode numbers are the same: issue find <path> | wc -l on both mountpoints. Is the number of file/directory the same? issue df -i. Is the number of inodes the same? If the answer to both question is yes, than the ...


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You can alternatively use minio client aka mc Using 'mc mirror' command will do the job. $ mc mirror share/sharegain/ s3/MyS3Bucket/share/sharegain mc: minio client share/sharegain: local directory s3: Alias for https://s3.amazonaws.com MyS3Bucket: My remote S3 bucket share/sharegain: My object on s3 You can write a simple script as cronjob which will ...


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Regarding --update, the rsync man page is very clear: -u, --update: skip files that are newer on the receiver. This forces rsync to skip any files which exist on the destination and have a modified time that is newer than the source file. (If an existing destination file has a modification time equal to the source file's, it will be updated if ...



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