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Re: Rsync and FAT32
On Wed, 09 Mar 2011 17:39:33 -0500, Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote:
> On 3/9/2011 4:34 PM, Panos Katergiathis wrote:
> > rsync -e 'ssh -p 22 -l root' -z --delete-excluded --verbose
> > --recursive --delete --update --exclude-from=exclude.rs root@<server
> > name>:xms/home /cygdrive/e/MyNetworkServers/XMS-home
> So you're copying from the Linux machine to the Windows machine, just as you
> stated the first time. I don't see any flags (-a, -p, --chmod, -A,
> --fake-super, etc.) here that would set the permissions as you would need
> them on the Windows machine. I recommend doing so.
I think Larry found your problem. You can use the --archive option (good
when rsyncing for an exact backup).
Since you are using net connection, please look also at --whole-file option.
Also, your ssh user and rsync user are the same, so you can use --rsh=ssh
instead of using the -e option.
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