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diff --git a/geo-replication/syncdaemon/README.md b/geo-replication/syncdaemon/README.md
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@@ -11,13 +11,13 @@ Requirements are categorized according to this.
* Python >= 2.5, or 2.4 with Ctypes (see below) (both)
* OpenSSH >= 4.0 (master) / SSH2 compliant sshd (eg. openssh) (slave)
* rsync (both)
-* glusterfs with marker support (master); glusterfs (optional on slave)
-* FUSE; for supported versions consult glusterfs
+* glusterfs: with marker and changelog support (master & slave);
+* FUSE: glusterfs fuse module with auxilary gfid based access support
-As of now, the supported way of operation is running from the source directory.
+As of now, the supported way of operation is running from the source directory or using the RPMs given.
If you use Python 2.4.x, you need to install the [Ctypes module](http://python.net/crew/theller/ctypes/).
@@ -46,34 +46,11 @@ USAGE
gsyncd is a utilitly for continous mirroring, ie. it mirrors master to slave incrementally.
-Assume we have a gluster volume _pop_ at localhost. We try to set up the following mirrors
-for it with gysncd:
+Assume we have a gluster volume _pop_ at localhost. We try to set up the mirroring for volume
+_pop_ using gsyncd for gluster volume _moz_ on remote machine/cluster @ example.com. The
+respective gsyncd invocations are (demoing some syntax sugaring):
-2. local gluster volume _yow_
-3. _/data/far_mirror_ at example.com
-4. gluster volume _moz_ at example.com
-The respective gsyncd invocations are (demoing some syntax sugaring):
- gsyncd.py gluster://localhost:pop file:///data/mirror
- or short form
- gsyncd.py :pop /data/mirror
-2. `gsyncd :pop :yow`
- gsyncd.py :pop ssh://example.com:/data/far_mirror
- or short form
- gsyncd.py :pop example.com:/data/far_mirror
-4. `gsyncd.py :pop example.com::moz`
+`gsyncd.py :pop example.com::moz`
gsyncd has to be available on both sides; it's location on the remote side has to be specified
via the "--remote-gsyncd" option (or "remote-gsyncd" config file parameter). (This option can also be