Hi. help!No such file or directory

EffectCrash python_lzj at 163.com
Thu Jun 21 02:36:07 GMT 2007

Thank you very very very much.
It exactly working!
On Wed, 20 Jun 2007 09:51:00 -0400
"Matt McCutchen" <hashproduct+rsync at gmail.com> ׫дÓÚ:

> On 6/20/07, ÀîÖ¾¼á <python_lzj at 163.com> wrote:
> > I use rsync with cmd line:
> > "rsync.exe -vrtlcd /cygdrive/c/test/rsyncroot/111111/001/ --delete "
> On 6/20/07, Giuliano Gavazzi <dev+lists at humph.com> wrote:
> > rsync uses ssh, so the
> > relative paths should routed to the home directory of the user you
> > are using. Also, you appear to have the remote host as,
> > that is not remote at all!
> No, ÀîÖ¾¼á used a double colon, so the destination is in a module of the
> rsync *daemon* running on the local machine; this is a perfectly
> reasonable thing to do.
> > Since you use the --delete option I would be very careful at the what
> > I use for target path and *never* use a relative path.
> When accessing an rsync daemon, the remote path is always relative to
> the root of the module.  Trying to add a slash to make it absolute
> won't work.
> ÀîÖ¾¼á: If the suffix of the destination path that might not yet exist
> always appears at the end of the source path (as in your example), you
> can state the destination path without that suffix and use --relative
> to get rsync to create the necessary destination directories based on
> the source path.  Here's a modification of your example that does
> this.  Note the ./ in the source path that marks the portion rsync is
> to recreate inside the stated destination.  You may wish to use
> --no-implied-dirs .
> rsync.exe -vrtlcd --relative /cygdrive/c/test/rsyncroot/./111111/001/
> --delete
> Matt

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