The file adop_sync.drv will have details for the files to sync. If there is a requirement to exclude few custom files from fs_clone process, then you need to remove those file from your customization part itself fs_clone will recreate the patch file system same as Run file system, It cannot exclude any partial set of file when it is created as per the standard customization procedure
I agree with Jibu, you can not exclude any partial set of files.
Thank you Jibu. I see there is option to exclude directories from adop .
adop phase=prepare sync_mode=delta
skipsyncerror=(yes|no) [default: no]
Specifies whether to ignore errors that may occur during incremental
file system synchronization. This might happen if you applied
a patch in the previous patching cycle that had errors but decided
to continue with the cutover. When the patch is synchronized on
the next patching cycle, the apply errors may occur again, but
can be ignored.
sync_mode=(delta|patch) [default: patch] ==========================================>>> I would like to know more detail about this option ??
Specifies the method used to synchronize the patch file system
with the run file system.
'delta' mode uses the file system synchronization command specified
'patch' mode reapplies the patches that were applied on
the run file system.
Can you please provide sample example how can we add files in delta_sync_drv.txt .?
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This just specify method of file synchronization, it is not to skip sync_mode [prepare] In the prepare phase, specify method of file synchronization. patch/delta Default value is 'patch', where adop will synchronize the file systems by applying patches applied in the previous patching cycle to the patch file system. As a faster alternative, you can specify the parameter/value pair sync_mode=delta to synchronize the file systems by running a user-specified third-party file synchronization (copy) utility. The delta_sync_drv.txt file includes examples for setting up synchronization using rsync on UNIX skipsyncerror=(yes|no) is just to skip errors in the previous patching but to decide whether to skip or not those and continue cutover