How do you specify an alternate config file when using rsync
rcorujo at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 10 13:00:43 GMT 2007
Yes, that worked. Thank you very much, Matt.
Matt McCutchen-3 wrote:
> On 4/9/07, rcorujo <rcorujo at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> It seems that the "--config" option is only used when rsync is run as a
>> daemon. However, it you want to run something like "rsync -e ssh
>> --config=<config_FILE> ..." the "--config" option is ignored. When I run
>> rsync with ssh, I want to specify a different config file that contains
>> different modules than the config file used by the rsync daemon. How do
>> accomplish this?
> Specify an --rsync-path that includes the --config option to be given
> to the remote process:
> rsync --rsync-path='rsync --config=<config-file>' -e ssh
> <host::module/path, etc.>
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