rsync 2.5.5 and the exclude directive - additional behavior
dwd at bell-labs.com
Mon May 13 11:19:02 EST 2002
On Mon, May 13, 2002 at 10:06:18AM -0400, pyxl wrote:
> And, I've found more.
> It turns out that even though the exclude directive is ignored for
> inbound data in rsyncd.conf, it is NOT ignored for the --delete option.
> I've seen this behavior occur when I've deleted a file from the sending
> side (client) that is inside a tree that's matched by the server-side
> (rsyncd) exclude directive. The deletion is ignored, as the
> documenation indicates that it should be.
I'm submitting the following change to the docs:
--- /tmp/rsyncd.conf.yo Mon May 13 12:52:15 2002
+++ rsyncd.conf.yo Mon May 13 13:12:43 2002
@@ -176,8 +176,11 @@
separated list of patterns to add to the exclude list. This is equivalent
to the client specifying these patterns with the --exclude option, except
that the exclude list is not passed to the client and thus only applies on
-the server and also only applies when receiving files from a server and not
-when sending files to it. Only one "exclude" option may be specified, but
+the server: that is, it excludes files received by a client when receiving
+from a server and files deleted on a server when sending to a server, but
+it doesn't exclude files sent from a client when sending to a server or
+files deleted on a client when receiving from a server.
+Only one "exclude" option may be specified, but
you can use "-" and "+" before patterns to specify exclude/include.
Note that this option is not designed with strong security in
- Dave Dykstra
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