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accepted Change nice level of currently running script
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comment Change nice level of currently running script
Sure, that is it. In some systems, -n is not accepted.
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accepted Apache: SSLCertificateKeyFile: file does not exist or is empty
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comment Apache: SSLCertificateKeyFile: file does not exist or is empty
Your are probably right, it should be at least 0750. I have been trying different things, and the status I posted is probably not the most correct one. Running apache2ctl as root has for sure solved my problems.
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Jun
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comment rsync - report only uploaded files
@David: thanks for pointing out the risk. But I consider it a minor risk. I mean, the same size and the same timestamp! I am not backing up important data, it is just for a software deploy. I can not think of a situation where I will run into problems with this.
Jun
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accepted rsync - report only uploaded files
Jun
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comment rsync - report only uploaded files
This did it: rsync <options> --times -i <src> <dst>. And I learnt something more about rsync: In order for the full optimizations to work, you need --times.
Jun
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comment rsync - report only uploaded files
Mmmm. getting closer: the reporting string is (for all files) <f..T....... According to the manpage, this is related to timestamps.
Jun
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comment rsync - report only uploaded files
I think you are right. I have taken a look at the manpage and it is described as you say. But my system is reporting all files. Maybe something wrong with the far-end ...
Jun
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comment rsync - report only uploaded files
My rsync (version 3.0.7) does not add uptodate to the reporting, so not possible to filter that out.
Jun
22
comment rsync - report only uploaded files
This is reporting again all files, not the changed ones.