I'm running an
rsync command, copying my files from a server to my Windows machine like:
rsync -rt --partial-dir=".rsync" --del rsync://server/a/ a/
Whenever this command creates a directory, it tends to create a directory with crazy ACLs/permissions. For me, it tends to create ten
<not inherited> entries, with one deny entry for the user who ran the
rsync command, and the others not making much sense, either. This even happens using the
--chmod=ugo=rwX option, which a similar thread suggested.
What can I do to prevent
rsync from trying to set permissions at all (and just leave the permissions to the ACL inheritance in Windows)?