is it possible to track files in a log to "know" if a file is deleted when
syncing next time with --update? something like --read-write-list=file to first
read and after work refresh a list of files.
if we have such list, we can additionaly check, which files are changed on both
has something to do with no. 2131 "Create db files for local/remote directory
This is not really rsync's purpose. There are other packages that attempt to do
a two-way synchronization of files, such as unison and a perl-script wrapper for
rsync named drsync.