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Re: NT-Authority/System will be file owner after rsync restore
- From: Matthias Meyer <Matthias dot Meyer at gmx dot li>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Tue, 02 Dec 2008 22:17:09 +0100
- Subject: Re: NT-Authority/System will be file owner after rsync restore
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- Reply-to: Matthias dot Meyer at gmx dot li
Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote:
> Matthias Meyer wrote:
>> create a new file /etc/test.txt
>> bin>ls -alh /etc/test.txt
>> bin>-rwx------+ 1 meyer Kein 0 Dec 1 23:01 /etc/test.txt
>> Than I run a backup:
>> After that my backup-protocol shows:
>> create 644 18/544 0 etc/Test.txt
>> But 18/544 is SYSTEM:Administratoren
>> as /etc/passwd -> SYSTEM:*:18:544:,S-1-5-18::
>> and /etc/group -> Administratoren:S-1-5-32-544:544:
>> I've tried this with both, "cygrunsrv -I backup ..." as well as
>> with "cygrunsrv -I backup -e CYGWIN=nontsec ..."
>> Any further hint?
> Well services on <= XP run under the local system account so I'm
> guessing that your backup service is using the permissions of the
> creator of the backup files rather than the original permissions.
> 'rsync', according to the man page, says that it has '-p' and
> '-A' flags to preserve the original permission IDs (or '-a' which
> includes '-p'). Are you using any of these?
--archive == -rlptgoD
(--recursive, --links, --perms, --times, --group, --owner, -D)
I use all of them in both, by backup as well as by restore.
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