[Gluster-users] Not replicating deletes

Rahul C S rahulcs at redhat.com
Wed Jan 25 11:53:28 UTC 2012

Hi Brian,

You can use,

gluster volume geo-replication <master> <slave> config ignore-deletes 1

This makes sure, that the deletes does not get affected on the slave, 
though the files in the master will get deleted.

On Wednesday 25 January 2012 03:55 AM, Brian Candler wrote:
> Is there a facility in georeplication (or elsewhere) to replicate file
> creations and updates, but not deletions?
> This is to prevent some clod accidentally deleting a high-value dataset and
> having the deletion replicate immediately to the copy.  The dataset I'm
> thinking of is essentially an append-only one.
> If georeplication uses rsync internally, can it be told to run rsync without
> the --delete flag?
> Thanks,
> Brian.
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Rahul C S
Engineer, Redhat Storage

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