tarun820 at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 23 01:34:48 GMT 2004
>Just a note. I think the original poster was *mounting* the Win2K box from
it's ok even if I have to host a rsync server on windows machine and set it up to backup the open files preliminarily,, The most important thing for me is *****backing up open files*****.
>As such, talking about Cygwin's attempts to use backup operators>
>shouldn't help at all - as that's referring to running rsync *server* under
>Windows - it won't have any affect on how SMB passes locks to the SMB
what effect does SAMBA have on RSYNC if do mount and rsync the windows folder.
This brings up one more problem i have right now. When i try to mount the windows folder (as root user )and rsync it to local folder i have no problems the rsync works fine.
But when i try to mount windows folder as USER APACHE (we built a webpage for all this process) and try to rsync it to a local folder, the rsync doesnt work properly.
thank you all for your help
Jason Haar <Jason.Haar at trimble.co.nz> wrote:
Just a note. I think the original poster was *mounting* the Win2K box from
Linux. As such, talking about Cygwin's attempts to use backup operators
shouldn't help at all - as that's referring to running rsync *server* under
Windows - it won't have any affect on how SMB passes locks to the SMB
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