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Wed Oct 20 02:45:58 MDT 2010

there a way that --itemize is implicitely activated e.g. with using
another parameter?

Is it possible that "SSH -i key" could also be scanned by rsync
and interpreted as --itemize?

Can it be switched off again with --no-i? That didn't seem to have
an effect.

I used these params in a script with rsync 3.0.3pre1 on a NAS.

MYRSYNC_ARGS="-rptgo --stats --modify-window=1 --timeout=1800 --log-file=/tmp/rsbackup.log --rsync-path="/path/to/rsync" --timeout=3600"
SSH="ssh -l user -ax -i /path/to/key -o ClearAllForwardings=yes -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no"

rsync $MYRSYNC_ARGS -l --delete -e "$SSH" --no-i $SOURCE/mod $DEST:$SOURCE/mod &

And that still results in:
2011/01/17 20:00:08 [3918] .d..t...... server/Directory/
2011/01/17 20:00:13 [3918] <f..t...... server/Directory/File

Thanks for any help. rsync works as expected, it just blows up the
logfile which makes it harder to see errors. The SSH part also works
or we shouldn't get a connection to the other server.

bye  Fabi

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