--delete not working

Kevin Korb kmk at sanitarium.net
Mon Mar 12 13:08:49 MDT 2012

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Does the "SOME_FOLDER" match any of your excludes?  You didn't root
the excludes with a leading / so you are excluding any directory named
proc sys or dev anywhere in the tree.

On 03/12/12 15:05, Salatiel Filho wrote:
> i rerun removing the -v and i get no errors at all. Actually no 
> transfer at all because rsync thinks there are no more differences 
> between the servers.
> []'s Salatiel
> On Mon, Mar 12, 2012 at 16:02, Kevin Korb <kmk at sanitarium.net>
> wrote: Are there any errors?  Rsync will abort the deletions if
> there are any errors.  Run without the -v to get only the errors in
> the output.
> On 03/12/12 15:00, Salatiel Filho wrote:
>>>> Hi guys , i need some help. I am trying to make a full sync
>>>> of two of my servers. But i noticed a very odd thing. If i
>>>> create a directory , for example
>>>> /usr/include/SOME_FOLDER/some_file on server2
>>>> when i do :
>>>> root at server1 #$   rsync -avhH --exclude proc/ --exclude sys/ 
>>>> --exclude dev/     /   root at server2:/
>>>> after the whole sync, the
>>>> /usr/include/SOME_FOLDER/some_file will still be in the
>>>> server2. Why ? Shouldn't be deleted ?
>>>> thanks in advance.
>>>> []'s Salatiel
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