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accepted how to delete all files with specific extension in specific named folders in large tree?
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accepted how to tell rsync to preserve time stamp on files when source tree has a mounted point
Jan
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comment rsync command to backup home tree to another disk
well, I posted separate question on this here: unix.stackexchange.com/questions/61586/… and the only reply was basically is that this is how it is supposed to work. Strange. This means I can't use rsync if I have a mounted disk in the source tree and keep time stamps the same as with files that are not on a mounted disk.
Jan
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comment how to tell rsync to preserve time stamp on files when source tree has a mounted point
I want it to work just like it does on files that are not on the mounted disk. i.e. keep the same time stamp that one sees when doing ls -l on the file. This works on files that are not inside the mount point. But all files that are inside the mount point, have time stamp on them indicating they were just created. Whatever you call this time. I just wanted it to use the same time stamp on the files in the source. Now it does not. I want all time aspects be copied. i.e. a clone of the file be made. creation time, change time, etc...
Jan
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comment how to tell rsync to preserve time stamp on files when source tree has a mounted point
Thank you. I know that. But please read the question again carefully. I did use -a which says: archive mode; equals -rlptgoD therefor -t is already included.
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accepted rsync command to backup home tree to another disk
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asked how to tell rsync to preserve time stamp on files when source tree has a mounted point
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comment rsync command to backup home tree to another disk
Ok, I can't find an option in rsync for this. This might be a limitation or a bug as it should not happen. I'll post a separate question on this, I think that will be better than follow more on this using this question.