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PostPosted: Mon Mar 20, 2006 2:14 am
by Mister
Hi there using rsyn ... well never has .. I know i can read me to it but of somene can help it gets mutch easier.

Well I have rsync running on my Win XP machine. (using Cygwin) (THX google for that)

I can connect to rsync://hostip.info/hostip (list the structure)

What i want to know is the commandline you use to fetch info and as you said
Please don't use this as a leech service. If you plan on doing daily updates - leave the copy around so rsync can do it's job and only transfer the changed bytes. Let it do what it's good at :)


So is it like
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rsync -u src=? rsync://hostip.info/hostip


The main reson Im asking is that im working on a function (in php) who use you great db . Im running the db localy at my own server (but the script using you GET api atm (you have more updated db ;-) ))

TO bad you have disable PM. Well guess mail will work .. :D

Re: rsync://

PostPosted: Mon Mar 20, 2006 11:14 am
by bfolkens
Mister wrote:Hi there using rsyn ... well never has .. I know i can read me to it but of somene can help it gets mutch easier.

Well I have rsync running on my Win XP machine. (using Cygwin) (THX google for that)

I can connect to rsync://hostip.info/hostip (list the structure)

What i want to know is the commandline you use to fetch info and as you said
Please don't use this as a leech service. If you plan on doing daily updates - leave the copy around so rsync can do it's job and only transfer the changed bytes. Let it do what it's good at :)


So is it like
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rsync -u src=? rsync://hostip.info/hostip


The main reson Im asking is that im working on a function (in php) who use you great db . Im running the db localy at my own server (but the script using you GET api atm (you have more updated db ;-) ))

TO bad you have disable PM. Well guess mail will work .. :D


I updated the 'download' section of the site to reflect these instructions... Sorry it was kinda vague ;)

PostPosted: Mon Mar 20, 2006 11:38 am
by Mister
Great now I get the files ... uhm now I just need to figureout how to use the db (looks diffrent from the 500mb I dl).. Well I just make my PHP :wink: I love PHP :D