On 2023-07-15 6:15 am, Zachary Vance via rsync wrote:
I am on rsync version 3.2.7 protocol version 31, currently on an Arch Linux.

The following seems I would expect to copy the contents of 'a' to 'c', based on my understanding of the the advice of `man rsync`:
mkdir a b c
touch a/hello
rsync -M--fake-super -a a/ b/
rsync --super -M--fake-super -a b/ c/

I'm on a live USB trying to restore my root disk. Please advise, thanks!

As a workaround, I instead ran

rsync -M--fake-super -a localhost:b/ c/

which does not have the same issues.

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