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NAME

       lsyncd.conf.xml - xconfig file for lsyncd

DESCRIPTION

       lsyncd.conf.xml is used to configure the lsyncd daemon.

       Note that any command line options can overrule settings in the config
       file. A lsyncd configuration file has an XML grammar. That means tags
       have to be closed with a / and the such. Following explanations will be
       provided with an examples.

       The config file must start with a <lsyncd> root node. A "version"
       parameter has to be present which specifies the lsyncd version of the
       config file format. Currently this is 1.

          <lsyncd version="1">

   SETTINGS
       Next is optionally a <settings> node. It controls lsyncd global
       settings. All settings are optional.

            <settings>

       If a <debug/> node is present all debug messages will be logged.
       Default is a normal verbosity.

              <debug/>

       If <delay/> specified by the "value" parameter is greater than zero,
       lsyncd waits this amount of seconds between an event and calling the
       binary. All events for a directory in this timeframe will be aggregated
       to one call. If delay is 0 changes will be handlet immediatly. Default
       is 5 seconds.

              <delay/>

       If a <scarce> node is present only error messages will be logged.
       Default is a normal verbosity.

              <scarce/>

       If a <stubborn> node is present lsyncd will continue even if the
       startup sync fails. Default is being not stubborn.

              <stubborn/>

       If a <no-daemon> node is present lsyncd will not detach and log to
       stdout/stderr. Default is to detach as daemon.

              <no-daemon/>

       If a <dry-run> node is present lsyncd will not call any actions (rsync)
       for test purposes. Default is not to run dry.

              <dry-run/>

       With an <exclude-from> entry an exclusion file can be specified with a
       "filename" parameter. This will be passed to rsync and follows rsyncs
       grammar for exclude files. Default is not to pass an exlude file to
       rsync.

              <exclude-from filename="/etc/lsyncd.exclude"/>

       With a <logfile> node to location of the logfile can be changed.
       Default is /var/log/lsyncd. Take care that the user which lsyncd is
       running with can write to this file.

              <logfile filename="/var/log/lsyncd"/>

       A <binary> node specifies the binary lsyncd will call to sync stuff.
       Usually you want this to be rsync. Default is /usr/bin/rsync.

              <binary filename="/usr/bin/rsync"/>

       If a <pidfile> node is present lsyncd will write its pid there. Default
       is not to write a pidfile.

              <pidfile filename="/var/run/lsyncd.pid"/>

       With a <callopts> node you can control the arguments lsyncd will call
       the <binary> (rsync) with. Each child node will specify one argument.
       <option> specifies a literal argument. Only %r will be replaced with
       ’r’ when rsycnd is supposed to work recursive (on startup of lsyncd) or
       ’d’ on normal operations. <exclude-file> will be replaced with
       --exclude-from [FILE] if an <exclude-from> file is specified. <source>
       will be replaced the source directory to sync from. <destination> will
       be replace to the target to sync to. Default arguments are -lt%r
       --delete {--exclude-from [FILE]} [SOURCE] [DIRECTORY].

              <callopts>
                  <option text="-lt%r"/>
                  <option text="--delete"/>
                  <exclude-file/>
                  <source/>
                  <destination/>
              </callopts>

       End of (optional) settings section.

            </settings>

   DIRECTORIES
       With <directory> nodes arbitrarily many sources to be watched can be
       specified. Within a <directory> entry you can again specify a <binary>,
       <exclude-from> or a <callopt> node which will override global settings
       just for this source. See SETTINGS for details on this options.

       The mandatory <source> node specifies with the parameter "path" the
       directory to watch and sync. (once in a while something is mandatory.
       Also at least one <target;> node has to specified where to sync to.
       This has to be a format accepted by rsync.

            <directory>
              <source path="/absolute/path/to/source"/>
              <target path="desthost::module/"/>
            </directory>

       End of a lsyncd.conf.xml file.

          </lsyncd>

FILES

       /etc/lsyncd.conf.xml
          The default location of the configuration file.

SEE ALSO

       lsyncd(1)

AUTHOR

       Axel Kittenberger <axel.kittenberger@univie.ac.at>
          Author.

COPYRIGHT

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