wayned at samba.org
Fri Jul 19 15:29:44 MDT 2013
On Thu, Jul 18, 2013 at 11:45 PM, Grant <emailgrant at gmail.com> wrote:
> Can I somehow use --fake-super or something similar to save the
> original ownership info to ACLs?
Sure, should work fine. Keep in mind that --fake-super affects both sides
of a local transfer unless you take steps to isolate the option. From the
manpage for 3.0.x:
Since there is only one "side" in a local copy, this option affects both
the sending and receiving of files. You’ll need to specify a copy using
"localhost" if you need to avoid this, possibly using the "lsh" shell
script (from the support directory) as a substitute for an actual remote
shell (see --rsh). This option is overridden by both --super and
>From the manpage for 3.1.0 (note that -M (--remote-option) is also a diff
For a local copy, this option affects both the source and the destination.
If you wish a local copy to enable this option just for the destination
files, specify -M--fake-super. If you wish a local copy to enable this
option just for the source files, combine --fake-super with -M--super.
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