RSYNC with Double-byte
StuartH at ecs-tech.com
Mon May 23 11:27:22 GMT 2005
> On Fri, May 20, 2005 at 07:46:14PM +0800, layahsee wrote:
> > Can anyone suggest how to make rsync work in order to replicate
> > double-byte characters ?
> Rsync doesn't interpret filename characters at all (as opposed to path
> characters, such as '/'), so if you're copying from one double-byte
> filesystem to another, it should just work. If you're needing to
> convert the characters between different encodings, there is a diff in
> the "patches" dir named fname-convert.diff that you might like to try
I've found that Rsync doesn't copy files if they have even one foreign character in them.
It thinks the file doesn't exist for some reason and skips it.
I did raise this in this forum several weeks ago.
I use the cwrsync
rsync version 2.6.4 protocol version 29
On Windows 2000/XP.
More information about the rsync