--log-file=File output

Kevin Korb kmk at sanitarium.net
Tue Mar 11 22:21:46 MDT 2014

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- -v would be %n%L
You probably don't want --progress in a log file.

On 03/12/2014 12:20 AM, Robert DuToit wrote:
> Thanks Kevin,
> On Mar 12, 2014, at 12:10 AM, Kevin Korb <kmk at sanitarium.net>
> wrote:
> See --log-file-format  Most of the info for it is in man
> rsyncd.conf since it is mostly used by servers.
>> I looked in there - a bit daunting. Ideally I would just want the
>> stdout format  with —progress -v. Maybe there are some simple
>> examples out there.
>> Rob
> On 03/12/2014 12:02 AM, Robert DuToit wrote:
>>>> Hi All, I have a situations where I need output to a file
>>>> and normally would just append “&>output.log” to the rsync
>>>> command line but can’t do that in this situation and need to
>>>> run rsync with just the args via nstask. I tried the internal
>>>> --log-file=File  option which works except it outputs very
>>>> verbosely and not the usual (xfer#8, to-check=1115/1125)
>>>> output I need to parse. I don’t knoiw if there is any way to
>>>> tweak that to the normal output in the code and couldn’t see
>>>> any settings relating to that.
>>>> On OSX 10.9 using rsync 3.0.9 and the standard osx options
>>>> Thanks,  Rob
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