Re: Possible Bug report

2002-05-09 Thread Dave Dykstra
That behavior is intentional. If you want to force it to create parent directories you need to have a similar directory tree on the source machine and use the --relative option, for example rsync -a --relative local/bin B:/usr - Dave On Fri, Apr 26, 2002 at 12:52:20PM +0100, Ferguson,

Possible Bug report

2002-04-26 Thread Ferguson, Duncan
I have a server (A) with a directory structure I want to copy to another server (/usr/local/bin...) On the client (B), only /usr exists (/usr/local doesn't). I used: /opt/PKGrsync/bin/rsync -a --delete --force --rsync-path=/opt/PKGrsync/bin/rsync --exclude=save -v -v /usr/local/bin