Changes made to main.c on implementing real time Rsync
steven.xu at lba.ca
Thu Nov 11 11:00:06 MST 2010
Hi, Benjarmin and Wayne
Wayne solutions works.
It's my mistake.
From: Benjamin R. Haskell [mailto:rsync at benizi.com]
Sent: Thursday, November 11, 2010 11:41 AM
To: Steven Xu
Cc: Wayne Davison; rsync at lists.samba.org
Subject: RE: Changes made to main.c on implementing real time Rsync
On Thu, 11 Nov 2010, Steven Xu wrote:
> Hi, Wayne,
> Thanks for your reply.
> I just did a test:
> Here is the Rsync client output:
> C:\Program Files (x86)\cwRsync\bin\rsync" -av "/cygdrive/e/fileserver/Worksheets/reconcil/./Fiducie Desjardins/Dailies/cl0016062moveq20101110.txt"
You've left out the '-R' option, which was the other half of Wayne's
response (the '-R' option and the '/./' in the source):
"C:\Program Files (x86)\cwRsync\bin\rsync" -Rav "/cygdrive/e/fileserver/Worksheets/reconcil/./Fiducie Desjardins/Dailies/cl0016062moveq20101110.txt" "lba023::Rsync/"
-R (part of the '-Rav' [equivalent to -avR or -a -v -R]), short for
--relative, is what makes the difference: it tells rsync that the '/./'
in the first path name is where the path starts (the client will send
everything after the /./ as the path name).
Wayne's original explanation:
> Do this instead:
> rsync -avR source/./l1/l2/l3/abc.txt dest::Worksheets/
> The use of -R (--relative) along with the /./ path element to signal
> how much of the source path goes into the copy will make rsync create
> all the needed dirs on the destination.
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