Rsync 3.1.0 发布,文件同步工具

发布于 2013年09月29日
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文件同步工具Rsync 3.1.0发布。2013-09-29 上一个版本还是2011-09-23的3.0.9 过了2年多。Rsync基本是Linux上文件同步的标准了,也可以和inotify配合做实时同步。此版本有很多性能的增强(如重写的I/O层代码), 小功能改进增强以及Bug修正,建议升级。


NEWS for rsync 3.1.0 (28 Sep 2013)
Protocol: 31 (changed)
Changes since 3.0.9:


    - Output numbers in 3-digit groups by default (e.g. 1,234,567).  See the
      --human-readable option for a way to turn it off.  See also the daemon's
      "log format" parameter and related command-line options (including
      --out-format) for a modifier that can be used to request digit-grouping
      or human-readable output in log escapes. (Note that log output is
      unchanged by default.)

    - The --list-only option is now affected by the --human-readable setting.
      It will display digit groupings by default, and unit suffixes if higher
      levels of readability are requested.  Also, the column width for the size
      output has increased from 11 to 14 characters when human readability is
      enabled.  Use --no-h to get the old-style output and column size.

    - The output of the --progress option has changed:  the string "xfer" was
      shortened to "xfr", and the string "to-check" was shortened to "to-chk",
      both designed to make room for the (by default) wider display of file
      size numbers without making the total line-length longer.  Also, when
      incremental recursion is enabled, the string "ir-chk" will be used
      instead of "to-chk" up until the incremental-recursion scan is done,
      letting you know that the value to check and the total value will still
      be increasing as new files are found.

    - Enhanced the --stats output: 1) to mention how many files were created
      (protocol >= 28), 2) to mention how many files were deleted (a new line
      for protocol 31, but only output when --delete is in effect), and 3) to
      follow the file-count, created-count, and deleted-count with a subcount
      list that shows the counts by type.  The wording of the transferred count
      has also changed so that it is clearer that it is only a count of regular


    - Fixed a bug in the iconv code when EINVAL or EILSEQ is returned with a
      full output buffer.

    - Fixed some rare bugs in --iconv processing that might cause a multibyte
      character to get translated incorrectly.

    - Fixed a bogus "vanished file" error if some files were specified with
      "./" prefixes and others were not.

    - Fixed a bug in --sparse where an extra gap could get inserted after a
      partial write.

    - Changed the way --progress overwrites its prior output in order to make
      it nearly impossible for the progress to get overwritten by an error.

    - Improved the propagation of abnormal-exit error messages.  This should
      help the client side to receive errors from the server when it is exiting
      abnormally, and should also avoid dying with an "connection unexpectedly
      closed" exit when the closed connection is really expected.

    - The sender now checks each file it plans to remove to ensure that it
      hasn't changed from the first stat's info.  This helps to avoid losing
      file data when the user is not using the option in a safe manner.

    - Fixed a data-duplication bug in the compress option that made compression
      less efficient.  This improves protocol 31 onward, while behaving in a
      compatible (buggy) manner with older rsync protocols.

    - When creating a temp-file, rsync is now a bit smarter about it dot-char
      choices, which can fix a problem on OS X with names that start with "..".

    - Rsync now sets a cleanup flag for --inplace and --append transfers that
      will flush the write buffer if the transfer aborts.  This ensures that
      more received data gets written out to the disk on an aborted transfer
      (which is quite helpful on a slow, flaky connection).

    - The reads that map_ptr() now does are aligned on 1K boundaries.  This
      helps some filesystems and/or files that don't like unaligned reads.

    - Fix an issue in the msleep() function if time jumps backwards.

    - Fix daemon-server module-name splitting bug where an arg would get split
      even if --protect-args was used.


    - Added the --remote-option=OPT (-M OPT) command-line option that is useful
      for things like sending a remote --log-file=FILE or --fake-super option.

    - Added the --info=FLAGS and --debug=FLAGS options to allow finer-grained
      control over what is output.  Added an extra type of --progress output
      using --info=progress2.

    - The --msgs2stderr option can help with debugging rsync by allowing the
      debug messages to get output to stderr rather than travel via the socket

    - Added the --delete-missing-args and --ignore-missing-args options to
      either delete or ignore user-specified files on the receiver that are
      missing on the sender (normally the absence of user-specified files
      generates an error).

    - Added a "T" (terabyte) category to the --human-readable size suffixes.

    - Added the --usermap/--groupmap/--chown options for manipulating file
      ownership during the copy.

    - Added the "%C" escape to the log-output handling, which will output the
      MD5 checksum of any transferred file, or all files if --checksum was
      specified (when protocol 30 or above is in effect).

    - Added the "reverse lookup" parameter to the rsync daemon config file to
      allow reverse-DNS lookups to be disabled.

    - Added a forward-DNS lookup for the daemon's hosts allow/deny config.  Can
      be disabled via "forward lookup" parameter (defaults to enabled).

    - Added a way for more than one group to be specified in the daemon's
      config file, including a way to specify that you want all of the
      specified user's groups without having to name them.  Also changed the
      daemon to complain about an inability to set explicitly-specified uid/gid
      values, even when not run by a super-user.

    - The daemon now tries to send the user the error messages from the
      pre-xfer exec script when it fails.

    - Improved the use of alt-dest options into an existing hierarchy of files:
      If a match is found in an alt-dir, it takes precedence over an existing
      file.  (We'll need to wait for a future version before attribute-changes
      on otherwise unchanged files are safe when using an existing hierarchy.)

    - Added per-user authorization options and group-authorization support to
      the daemon's "auth users" parameter.

    - Added a way to reference environment variables in a daemon's config file
      (using %VAR% references).

    - When replacing a non-dir with a symlink/hard-link/device/special-file,
      the update should now be done in an atomic manner.

    - Avoid re-sending xattr info for hard-linked files w/the same xattrs
      (protocol 31).

    - The backup code was improved to use better logic maintaining the backup
      directory hierarchy.  Also, when a file is being backed up, rsync tries
      to hard-link it into place so that the upcoming replacement of the
      destination file will be atomic (for the normal, non-inplace logic).

    - Added the ability to synchronize nano-second modified times.

    - Added a few more default suffixes for the "dont compress" settings.

    - Added the checking of the RSYNC_PROTECT_ARGS environment variable to allow
      the default for the --protect-args command-line option to be overridden.

    - Added the --preallocate command-line option.

    - Allow --password-file=- to read the password from stdin (filename "-").

    - Rsync now comes packaged with an rsync-ssl helper script that can be
      used to contact a remote rsync daemon using a piped-stunnel command.
      It also includes an stunnel config file to run the server side to
      support ssl daemon connections.  See the packaging/lsb/rsync.spec
      file for one way to package the resulting files.  (Suggestions for
      how to make this even easier to install & use are welcomed.)

    - Improved the speed of some --inplace updates when there are lots of
      identical checksum blocks that end up being unusable.

    - Added the --outbuf=N|L|B option for choosing the output buffering.

    - Repeating the --fuzzy option now causes the code to look for fuzzy
      matches inside alt-dest directories too.

    - The --chmod option now supports numeric modes, e.g. --chmod=644,D755

    - Added some Solaris xattr code.

    - Made an rsync daemon (the listening process) exit with a 0 status when
      it was signaled to die.  This helps launchd.

    - Improved the RSYNC_* environment variables for the pre-xfer exec script:
      when a daemon is sent multiple request args, they are now joined into a
      single return value (separated by spaces) so that the RSYNC_REQUEST
      environment variable is accurate for any "pre-xfer exec".  The values in
      RSYNC_ARG# vars are no longer truncated at the "." arg (prior to the
      request dirs/files), so that all the requested values are also listed
      (separately) in RSYNC_ARG# variables.


    - Added an "instant-rsyncd" script to the support directory, which makes
      it easy to configure a simple rsync daemon in the current directory.

    - Added the "mapfrom" and "mapto" scripts to the support directory, which
      makes it easier to do user/group mapping in a local transfer based on
      passwd/group files from another machine.

    - There's a new, improved version of the lsh script in the support dir:
      it's written in perl and supports -u without resorting to using sudo
      (when run as root).  The old shell version is now named

    - There is a helper script named rsync-slash-strip in the support directory
      for anyone that wants to change the way rsync handles args with trailing
      slashes.  (e.g. arg/ would get stripped to arg while arg/. would turn into


    - The I/O code was rewritten to be simpler and do bigger buffered reads
      over the socket.  The I/O between the receiver and the generator was
      changed to be standard multiplexed-I/O (like that over the socket).

    - The sender tries to use any dead time while the generator is looking for
      files to transfer in order to do sender-side directory scanning in a more
      parallel manner.

    - A daemon can now inform a client about a daemon-configured timeout value
      so that the client can assist in the keep-alive activity (protocol 31).

    - The filter code received some refactoring to make it more extendible, to
      read better, and do better sanity checking.

    - Really big numbers are now output using our own big-num routine rather
      than casting them to a double and using a %.0f conversion.

    - The pool_alloc library has received some minor improvements in alignment

    - Added init_stat_x() function to avoid duplication of acl/xattr init code.

    - The included zlib was upgraded from 1.2.3 to 1.2.8.

    - Rsync can now be compiled to use an unmodified zlib library instead of
      the tweaked one that is included with rsync.  This will eventually
      become the default, at which point we'll start the countdown to removing
      the included zlib.  Until then, feel free to configure using:

	./configure --with-included-zlib=no


    - Added more conditional debug output.

    - Fixed some build issues for android and minix.



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