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comment Is it possible to log out of Chrome using the command line?
It is part of the answer. There are more safety precautions such as a encrypted home folder.
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comment rsync cannot delete non-empty directory
It would at most be a workaround. I want to skip mov, avi and cr2 files completely because they generally are very large. But those I have already uploaded on a faster line some time ago should be kept. Now the problem is that the largest JPG files are bigger than the smallest CR2 files, so this solution is not ideal. I would rather use the exclude feature to filter on filenames.
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comment How to migrate a change in directory structure?
Thanks for pointing this out.
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comment How to migrate a change in directory structure?
Ahh, after reading option 1 again, I think I understand. The preparation with hardlinking etc. is to be done before reorganizing the folder so that you end up with a new and old structure which, due to hardlinking, does not take up much extra space. In my case the reordering has already been done, so I will stick to option 2.
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comment How to migrate a change in directory structure?
Option 2 on the other hand seems to work! It is slow since it calculates the sha1sum of the big video files, but it is of course much faster than uploading the whole bunch again. I do have spaces in my file and dir names, but it works fine with this small modification: find . -type f -print0 | xargs -0 sha1sum | sort > /tmp/src.out
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comment How to migrate a change in directory structure?
There is something I don't understand in option 1. It says "Start by doing the usual synchronization of the tree". That make no sense to me, because if I have completely changed the structure of my directory, that initial synchronization will try to upload just about everything which is exactly what I want to avoid. Unless I misunderstand something.
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comment eCryptFS: How to mount a backup of an encrypted home dir?
Thanks, it worked for me too.
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