Correct, resumable, large-file flags

Francis.Montagnac at Francis.Montagnac at
Sun Jul 28 14:20:32 UTC 2019


On Sat, 27 Jul 2019 11:45:58 +0100 Mark Raynsford wrote:

> Same effect on ^C, unfortunately. The exact command I'm running (with
> names changed to protect the innocent :):

>   $ /usr/local/bin/rsync \
>   -a -L -i '--chmod=ugo-rwx,Dugo+x,ugo+r,u+w' \
>   --delete-after \
>   --delay-updates \
>   --partial \
>   /A/

> If I ^C this command, I see temporary files left in /B, and the next
> time I run this same command, new temporary files are created and the
> old ones are ignored.

I'm unable to reproduce that (on Linux).

With --delay-updates you should see temporary files only in temporary
directories named: .~tmp~

Is it what you see?

> This is on FreeBSD 12.

> $ rsync --version
> rsync  version 3.1.3  protocol version 31
> Copyright (C) 1996-2018 by Andrew Tridgell, Wayne Davison, and others.
> Web site:
> Capabilities:
>     64-bit files, 64-bit inums, 64-bit timestamps, 64-bit long ints,
>     socketpairs, hardlinks, symlinks, IPv6, batchfiles, inplace,
>     append, ACLs, xattrs, iconv, symtimes, no prealloc, file-flags

Same version for me, except:


instead of

  no prealloc, file-flags

but that shouldn't count (I guess).


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