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Fabien is an Openstack Developer at eNovance. His main interests are Object Storage Swift and Functional testing suite of Openstack Tempest. He also have a strong interest on OpenSource since 10 years. At his spare time he like practice tennis.

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  1. Jim Freeman
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    Your object sync source code looks like it will quietly skip syncing anything more than the first 10,000 objects in a container: Where your code calls swiftclient’s get_container() (defined in swiftclient/client.py) to list all objects, it will only get the first 10,000 since the optional parameter full_listing defaults to false. Even if full_listing was set true, with millions of objects you could hit memory limitations.

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