meta data stored in separate file?
joey at clean.q7.com
Tue Aug 9 20:58:47 GMT 2005
> I recommend using a program such as fakeroot (when used with the -s
> option to save the meta data) or pretendroot (which I haven't personally
> used). For instance, either run something like this for a daemon setup:
> fakeroot -s /path/fakeroot.data rsync --daemon --port=8873 \
but this doesn't work for windows acls, and maybe not for unix acls. it
also wouldn't apply to apple fork data, which was another thread i found
but forgot to mention in my message.
i realize this is turning rsync into more of a backup system than it is
now, which is why i was thinking maybe it could be done with client side
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