- Rules may be specified on the command line (e.g. "--exclude PATTERN") or read from a file (e.g. "--exclude-from=FILE") to make async skip or include certain directories and files.
- Overwrite rules that apply to uni-directional synchronizations.
- Option for preserving access time (atime)
- On unidirectional with overwrite, if a directory is deleted at the destination, new files in that directory (at the source) will not be sync'd. Workaround: The work around is to run with -x, which recreates all directories and files that have been deleted at the destination.
- If you run unidirectional without overwrite=always (which is now the default by the way) and a file gets in conflict, then rerun async but now specify overwrite=always, it doesn't clear the conflict automatically. Workaround: The work around is to not do that (just say overwrite=always from the beginning, which is the default, so basically don't specify a different overwrite), or use asyncadmin -C to clear conflicts.
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