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swift-object-replicator(1)	OpenStack Swift	    swift-object-replicator(1)

NAME
       swift-object-replicator - Openstack-swift object	replicator

SYNOPSIS
       swift-object-replicator [CONFIG]	[-h|--help] [-v|--verbose] [-o|--once]

DESCRIPTION
       Replication is designed to keep the system in a consistent state	in the
       face of temporary error conditions like network outages or drive	 fail-
       ures.  The  replication	processes  compare local data with each	remote
       copy to ensure they all contain the latest version. Object  replication
       uses a hash list	to quickly compare subsections of each partition.

       Replication updates are push based. For object replication, updating is
       just a matter of	rsyncing files to the peer. The	 replicator  also  en-
       sures  that  data  is  removed  from the	system.	When an	object item is
       deleted a tombstone is set as the  latest  version  of  the  item.  The
       replicator  will	 see the tombstone and ensure that the item is removed
       from the	entire system.

       The options are as follows:

	   -v
	   --verbose
	       log to console
	   -o
	   --once
	       only run	one pass of daemon

DOCUMENTATION
       More in depth documentation in regards to  swift-object-replicator  and
       also   about   Openstack-Swift	as   a	 whole	 can   be   found   at
       http://swift.openstack.org/index.html

SEE ALSO
       object-server.conf(5)

Linux				   8/26/2011	    swift-object-replicator(1)

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