Rysnc Original Date

2007-07-31 Thread sparty2809
Is it possible to keep the original date of the file with rsync rather than once it is copied, giving it today's date? -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/Rysnc-Original-Date-tf4193496.html#a11925612 Sent from the Samba - rsync mailing list archive at Nabble.com. -- To

Re: Rysnc Schedule

2007-07-19 Thread sparty2809
I guess I should have been clearer. I know how to delete files/directories. I am just not sure how to delete say the 31st and so forth. Chuck Wolber wrote: On Wed, 18 Jul 2007, sparty2809 wrote: I understand how to do the rsync part, but how would I delete the files? In linux, you

Re: Rysnc Schedule

2007-07-19 Thread sparty2809
Sorry, I didn't mean to come off rude. I appreciate the help. I will look into it and see how it works. Thanks for all the suggestions. Matt McCutchen-3 wrote: On 7/19/07, Chris [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I know how to use the command prompt, was just curious if it had a gui. OK.

Rysnc Schedule

2007-07-18 Thread sparty2809
What I want to do is use rsync to back up a folder to an external drive. I would like to keep 30 days worth. For example: I have backups of June 1 - June 30. Once July 1 comes along, I want to keep June 2 - July 1 and delete June 1, and so forth. Any ideas how I can accomplish this? -- View

Re: Rysnc Schedule

2007-07-18 Thread sparty2809
I understand how to do the rsync part, but how would I delete the files? Chuck Wolber wrote: On Wed, 18 Jul 2007, sparty2809 wrote: What I want to do is use rsync to back up a folder to an external drive. I would like to keep 30 days worth. For example: I have backups of June 1