Configuration of Lyncd

Under the /etc/lsyncd.lua, what does the ".immutable" mean ?

sync {
        rsync = {
                compress = true,
                acls = true,
                verbose = true,
                rsh = "/usr/bin/ssh -l adm -i /home/wadm/.ssh/id_rsa" }
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Zephyr ICTCloud ArchitectCommented:
I'm not sure but I think it's to exclude objects (files, directories,...) from which the state can't be modified after it is created... It's probably to make sure you're not copying over files (or mirroring files) that are already in place or replace files that are newer ...

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