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Re: What is this .gvfs directory?



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Le 22/07/2009 16:52, Alan Cox a écrit :
>>> If you are using rsync then simply excluding ".gvfs" should do the trick
>>> nicely.
>> Does rsync's '-x' option work in this case?  I don't seem to have a
>> mount handy to try.
> 
> Yes.. the rsync case is fixed by excluding .gvfs as I said. Not tried the
> same with other apps that break eg tar.

What do you mean by "break"?

I see a message when I use rsync of tar to make backups, but I
interpreted this message as: "this directory is inaccessible, so it
won't be backed up" but I don't think that the backup is interrupted for
other directories. Is it?

For me this directory is empty, so.... If other directories are saved, I
don't care.


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