rsync 2.5.4 problem crossing file systems
dwd at bell-labs.com
Fri Mar 22 02:39:21 EST 2002
I expect the problem is that you're using '*' in your script which expands
to all the directory names. Try using '.' instead.
- Dave Dykstra
On Mon, Mar 18, 2002 at 06:09:55PM -0800, George.R.Goffe at seagate.com wrote:
> I just built this new version last week and am trying to rsync a running
> systems boot drive to an alternate drive on a different system (not running
> on the rsync drive target). The rsync seems to be crossing file system
> boundaries in spite of the -x flag. Can anyone help me with this please?
> I've also submitted a bug report.
> I'm running the rsync from a script that, now that I look at it, might be
> confusing rsync. I've enclosed the script below.
> #!/bin/sh -xv
> /usr/lsd/SunOS.5.7/bin/rsync -vvacrRlpogtxz --stats --progress $*
> cd / ;rsync * 10.26.8.10:/r2.root
> cd /usr ;rsync * 10.26.8.10:/r2.usr
> cd /opt ;rsync * 10.26.8.10:/r2.opt
> cd /var ;rsync * 10.26.8.10:/r2.var
> cd /apps ;rsync * 10.26.8.10:/r2.apps
> cd /export/home ;rsync * 10.26.8.10:/r2.home
> exit 0
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