--fuzzy works with --link-dest?
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Sat Aug 26 17:02:51 GMT 2006
On 8/25/06, Robert Siemer <Robert.Siemer-rsync at backsla.sh> wrote:
> I've read it now. - I don't really care how, but it would be a nice idea
> to have a possibility to trigger the --fuzzy code on a --link-dest dir.
OK, I submitted a request for enhancement to make --fuzzy --fuzzy do this:
> With the dirvish backup program (and similar hard-linking backup
> solutions) the destination directory is empty when starting the
That's a good point. Wayne's main argument against doing fuzzy
matching in --*-dest directories was that it would be too slow.
However, fuzzy matching on a full destination directory containing the
previous snapshot takes the same amount of time as fuzzy matching on a
--link-dest directory containing the previous snapshot.
One might want fuzzy matching to visit some --*-dest dirs and not
others. It seems that detect-renamed, if enabled, should operate on
the same subset of the --*-dest dirs as fuzzy matching. Thus, maybe
there should really be alternate forms of the --*-dest options
(--fuzzy-*-dest) that enable both detect-renamed and fuzzy matching
for that dir. Thoughts on this?
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