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|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] rsync problem
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From: "Michael M. L. Broggy"
To: Ruben Safir
Subject: Re: [hangout] rsync problem
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On Tue, 18 Dec 2001, Ruben Safir wrote:
> I'm changing everyone ownership on the local box before passing the date
> to the recieving box.
> Can't I just tell rsync to set the permisions as I choose without breaking
> the ownership on the local box? Either that, or set the default
> ownership in the directories of the recieving machine?
Well, given that you have to explicitly say "-og" to preserve owner and
group, what happens if you *don't* set them? Won't it *not* use the local
settings and use the remote settings instead?
Other than that, I can only see ways to force the permissions to be the
same as the local box, not any way to use rsync to set different
permissions, which makes sense - isn't meant to synchronize between
machines? (In which case, you'd want the same owner, group, etc.) Just a
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