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Re: Cygwin: 2.6.0, rsync 3.1.2, "file has vanished"
- From: Shaun Maher <shaun at mach dot com dot au>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Tue, 29 Nov 2016 05:54:37 +0000
- Subject: Re: Cygwin: 2.6.0, rsync 3.1.2, "file has vanished"
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Thanks for the quick response. I genuinely appreciate it.
>Those file-has-vanished errors shouldn't be affected by the --iconv...
This was also my understanding but I wanted to be through.
>Can you try out this C program: http://opencoder.net/list-and-stat.c
I have done this. The result for one of the problematic files is:
4d 42 54 54 32 30 31 37 22 32 30 31 36 2d 30 37 2d 31 32 20 4d 42 54 54 32 30 31 36 2e 7a 69 70 | MBTT2017"2016-07-12 MBTT2016.zip
So, it can see the file in the directory AND stat it?
>If it doesn't generate an error, what rsync version are you using?
I am using the rsync 3.1.2 provided by cygwin.
>The error indicates that an rsync daemon module is involved...
Wow. OK. When using rsync to copy locally, without daemon mode, it works.
Any other suggestions?
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