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Re: Help with bash script



On Sunday 26 March 2006 10:42 pm, Alexander Dalloz wrote:
> An alternate could be to write a little script which makes use of
> temporary PID files. Let each rsync command create such a PID file and
> let the following rsync command only start if the PID file of the former
> rsync got erased by the terminated command. An advanced example can be
> found on
> http://www.linuxtopia.org/online_books/advanced_bash_scripting_guide/commun
>ications.html
>
> under "rsync".
> > I imagine the script will be like this (pls mind the word wrap):
> > #!/bin/bash
> > rsync -avzgorp --delete -e ssh root 192 168 1 200:/var/qmail/ /var/qmail/
>
> Hm, why all these options? You are using "-a", so it already sets
> "rlptgoD". Your options combination could just be "-avzD". ("-D": are
> there really devices in what you rsync?).

Ow, so when using -a (archive mode), it will preserve the owner, group, and 
permission? 
Thanks Alexander, I'll into it and report here.
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