Move storage group validating destination file paths

05-Oct-2014 06:39 by 10 Comments

Move storage group validating destination file paths

If both source and destination are file URLs the -m option will typically thrash the disk and slow synchronization down.

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This issue occurs only when a client is 3.1, regardless of the release of the server.

This very rarely happens, but if it does, please contact gs-teamcom.

The rsync command will retry when failures occur, but if enough failures happen during a particular copy or delete operation the command will fail.

Even though it appears in the desktop client that they have completed, the uploaded files are not available at the destination.

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Note that you may have an existing account if you contacted the Aspera support team in the past.In addition to paying careful attention to the source and destination you specify with the rsync command, there are two more safety measures your can take when using gsutil rsync -d: The rsync command operates by listing the source and destination URLs, and then performing copy and remove operations according to the differences between these listings.Because bucket listing is eventually (not strongly) consistent, if you upload new objects or delete objects from a bucket and then immediately run gsutil rsync with that bucket as the source or destination, it's possible the rsync command will not see the recent updates and thus synchronize incorrectly.You can also cause large amounts of data to be lost quickly by specifying a subdirectory of the destination as the source of an rsync.For example, the command: would cause most or all of the objects in gs://your-bucket to be deleted (some objects may survive if there are any with names that sort lower than "data" under gs://your-bucket/data).Before creating a new account, first try setting a password for the email that you use to interact with us.