Feature Request: Options to limit --one-file-system at the source or
hans at deragon.biz
Tue Jan 15 18:21:33 GMT 2008
Currently, the --one-file-system applies to both the source and
destination and this is a problem.
In my source, I have a symlink pointing to a directory on another
device which I would like to have copied. I thus use
I also use --delete. This is dangerous because if there is a bug in
my script, I would not like the destination to become suddenly / and
deletion occurs on mounted network drives (granted, the machine would
be toast, but the damage would be limited to the machine; not the
If I make use of --one-file-system, the symlink at the source gets
ignored. So I need a --one-file-system option that applies only to
the destination, probably named something like
Could that be easily implemented? The following two options would be
# Limit to one file system at the source.
# Limit to one file system at the destination.
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