rsync --delete-existing needed
erikred at hotmail.com
Sat May 5 21:18:29 GMT 2007
I made the mistake of doing an rsync of a directory into the wrong
so that the destination became a mix of two directories of unrelated files.
Top unravel the mess, I could need something like a --delete-existing
The semantics would be to delete at the destination ONLY those files that
exists at the
I tried to concoct a combination of options that would do this, but without
success. I thought someone here might know the answer. Or would this be a
handy feature to add?
[One should of course use --dry-run and check the result before doing such
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