Noel David Torres Taño
envite at rolamasao.org
Fri Dec 11 12:08:20 MST 2009
On Friday 11 December 2009 18:49:54 you wrote:
> On Fri, 2009-12-11 at 11:04 +0100, Noel David Torres Taño wrote:
> > On Friday 11 December 2009 03:43:30 you wrote:
> > > On Fri, 2009-12-11 at 01:25 +0100, Noel David Torres Taño wrote:
> > > > I don't know what I'm doing bad, but --link-dest does not work for me:
> > [...]
> > >
> > > Pass -i to find out why rsync didn't use the file from copy1. There
> > > might be a difference in the seconds part of the mtime, which would not
> > > show up in the "ls" output.
> > >
> > $ rsync -avi --link-dest=$PWD/copy1 origin/ copy2
> > sending incremental file list
> > .d..t...... ./
> > >f..t...... kk
> > sent 104 bytes received 35 bytes 278.00 bytes/sec
> > total size is 3 speedup is 0.02
> > I do not understand that output
> The output format of -i is described in the man page. The "t" indicates
Found it, but didn't understood well.
> that copy1/kk differs from origin/kk in modification time, which
> disqualifies it from being linked since you asked rsync to preserve
> modification time as part of -a.
Ok, now I understand. Let's go to the explaining: I'm trying to use --link-dest on NTFS, particularly on ntfs-3g on Linux. It does not work and now I know why: files differ on permissions since ntfs-3g does not handle them.
Many thanks to all and particularly to Matt
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