Option --link-dest creates unexplained subdirectory

jw schultz jw at pegasys.ws
Sat Sep 27 06:04:38 EST 2003

On Fri, Sep 26, 2003 at 05:43:03PM +0200, Alan Louis Scheinine wrote:
> The following backup script works fine for test cases but for
> doing a backup of 750 MB, the directory daily.1 has
> a subdirectory daily.0, that is, there is
> daily.1/daily.0
> daily.2/daily.1
> daily.3/daily.2
> The directory daily.0 has nothing strange, no unusual links
> at the top level neither hard or soft.

It isn't rsync creating those.

Somehow your rotation is doing it.  Look at the names.

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