[CentOS-mirror] Current mirror size

Nick Olsen Nick at 141networks.com
Wed Aug 19 05:48:16 UTC 2009

Also, while on the topic of rsync commands.
Anyone know a way I can write the rsync session to a text file? Other 
then ./centos.sh > centos.txt
Because this makes very very long text files, Basically writing a line 
every time the screen would have updated in the CLI.

On 8/19/2009 12:12 AM, Nick Olsen wrote:
> What is everyones mirror size right now?
> A du -sh of my /centos directory shows 126GB
> Yet when I run rsync I see this
> sent 48 bytes  received 3.16M bytes  371.95K bytes/sec
> total size is 140.49G  speedup is 44436.24
> This is my rsync command.
> rsync -vaHh --numeric-ids --delete --delete-after --delay-updates  
> --progress rsync://linux.mirrors.es.net/centos/ 
> /home/mirror/public_html/centos
> Anyone have any ideas?

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