--partial does not "unhide" the files

Heiko Schlittermann hs at schlittermann.de
Sun Dec 30 22:32:03 UTC 2018


I used --partial to transfer files from my local computer (rsync 3.1.2,
Debian) to a remote computer (rsync 3.1.1 WD MyPassport Storage device)

The files get transferred, but after successful transfer, the files
are not renamed from .<tmpfile> to <file>.

Where to go next?

Here is the verbose output after transferring an empty file

    heiko at blade:~/Pictures$ rsync -iavvvvvvvP ./x platte.local:/shares/Storage/Bilder\\\ von\\\ Heikos\\\ Computer/
    cmd=<NULL> machine=platte.local user=<NULL> path=/shares/Storage/Bilder\ von\ Heikos\ Computer/
    cmd[0]=ssh cmd[1]=platte.local cmd[2]=rsync cmd[3]=--server cmd[4]=-vvvvvvvlogDtpre.iLsfxC cmd[5]=--log-format=%i cmd[6]=--partial cmd[7]=. cmd[8]=/shares/Storage/Bilder\ von\ Heikos\ Computer/
    opening connection using: ssh platte.local rsync --server -vvvvvvvlogDtpre.iLsfxC "--log-format=%i" --partial . "/shares/Storage/Bilder\ von\ Heikos\ Computer/"  (9 args)
    msg checking charset: UTF-8
    (Server) Protocol versions: remote=31, negotiated=31
    (Client) Protocol versions: remote=31, negotiated=31
    sending incremental file list
    [sender] change_dir(/home/heiko/Pictures)
    [sender] make_file(x,*,0)
    [sender] flist start=1, used=1, low=0, high=0
    [sender] i=1 . x mode=0100644 len=0 uid=1000 gid=1000 flags=1005
    send_file_list done
    [sender] flist_eof=1
    file list sent
    send_files starting
    server_recv(2) starting pid=21983
    uid 1000(heiko) maps to 1000
    gid 1000(heiko) maps to 1000
    received 1 names
    [Receiver] flist start=1, used=1, low=0, high=0
    [Receiver] i=1 1 x mode=0100644 len=0 uid=1000 gid=1000 flags=1000
    recv_file_list done
    [Receiver] flist_eof=1
    get_local_name count=1 /shares/Storage/Bilder von Heikos Computer/
    [Receiver] change_dir(/shares/Storage/Bilder von Heikos Computer)
    generator starting pid=21983
    delta-transmission enabled
    send_files(1, ./x)
    count=0 n=0 rem=0
    send_files mapped ./x of size 0
    calling match_sums ./x
    <f+++++++++ x
    sending file_sum
    false_alarms=0 hash_hits=0 matches=0
		0 100%    0.00kB/s    0:00:00 (xfr#1, to-chk=0/1)
    sender finished ./x
    generate_files phase=1
    recv_files(1) starting
    got file_sum
    set uid of .x.VITBUv from 0 to 1000
    set gid of .x.VITBUv from 0 to 1000
    set modtime of .x.VITBUv to (1546208608) Sun Dec 30 14:23:28 2018
<rename is missing here>
    send_files phase=1
    recv_files phase=1
    generate_files phase=2
    send_files phase=2
    send files finished
    total: matches=0  hash_hits=0  false_alarms=0 data=0
    recv_files phase=2
    recv_files finished
    generate_files phase=3
    generate_files finished
    client_run waiting on 9125

    sent 96 bytes  received 874 bytes  1,940.00 bytes/sec
    total size is 0  speedup is 0.00
    [sender] _exit_cleanup(code=0, file=main.c, line=1196): entered
    [sender] _exit_cleanup(code=0, file=main.c, line=1196): about to call exit(0)

    Best regards from Dresden/Germany
    Viele Grüße aus Dresden
    Heiko Schlittermann
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