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TLDR

Have I confused git-annex into thinking one machine is actually two?

Background

I have a git-annex repository that has copies on three machines: Watt, Einstein, and Heisenberg in addition to a special remote on S3.

Einstein is a server, and has both external public IPs and internal private (RFC1918) ones. Watt is on the LAN, and uses Einstein's LAN IP. Heisenberg is a laptop, so uses one of its public IPs (so it can still sync even when remote).

When I run git-annex map on Watt, this is what I get:

output of <code>git-annex map</code> showing two Einsteins

(Note that HeisenbergW5 is one of Heisenberg's host names, it has multiple interfaces...)

The Question

That looks awfully like git-annex doesn't realize the Einstein that Heisenberg is sync'ing with is the same as the one Watt is sync'ing with (but, oddly, only in one direction). Do I need to worry about this, or is it just a minor issue with git-annex map?

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  • Shot in the dark: resolving IP for one and host for the other path.
    – Braiam
    Commented Feb 27, 2015 at 14:25
  • I'm pretty sure the name & path shouldn't matter at all here, each repository has a UUID and also a description that gets passed around in the meta data branch.
    – Caleb
    Commented Jul 11, 2018 at 10:02

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