-i inhibits --progress
paul at debian.org
Sun Oct 8 12:03:28 GMT 2006
On Fri 06 Oct 2006, Wayne Davison wrote:
> That's because you didn't specify -v. If you specify --progress without
> some kind of name outputting, rsync turns on -v. With -i, it doesn't
> need to enable name logging, so it doesn't force -v.
BTW, is there an ETA on 2.6.9? Ther have been a couple of quite
significant bug fixes, including "[Bug 4079] New: rsync fails with
--inplace, --link-dest and --no-whole-file" which bit me badly;
I think the time is about right... Also, with Debian planning to do a
new release in December this would be a good time to get a fairly recent
version of rsync in.
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