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Backup with rsync in an encrypted folder

I want to backup a folder from a remote server in a local folder encrypted with encfs. The files in the remote folder are owned by different users and I want to keep ownerships. The local folder is in ...
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rsync on NTFS - permissions

I'm backing up directories on a Fedora machine onto an NTFS drive (fuseblk according to df -T) and it seems to go just fine with this: ls -t | sed -e "1,"$n"d" | xargs -d '\n' rm -rf nice rsync -azv ...
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RSYNC over SSH requesting password

I looked at numerous question but don't seem to find quite what I'm looking for. I've created a script in which I'm trying to run rsync over ssh, this will eventually be put into a cron job. The ...
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Weird permissions getting set on directories after rsync

I've got a drive on a Mac (OSX 10.7.5) that I'm sharing on the LAN. In the system preferences, the share is set so System Administrator has Read & Write access, System Group has Read Only, and ...
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Permission problems with rsync

I wanna do daily ssh synchronization of some of my local machines files with my server. I want to do this via rsync, since it sounds the most promising tool for this task to me. Sadly I get the ...
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restrict rsync (or bash script) to a directory

After a bad accident with rsync deleting wrong files due to wrong destination parameter, I want to restrict rsync (or the bash script running it) to be able to delete/modify files only under a certain ...
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489 views

Permission denied using Rsync as root

All topics that I've come across involved rsync over ssh or rsync using a user with restricted access. I'm getting permission denied (13) errors as root. Here are my config files: /etc/rsyncd.conf: ...
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How do I keep the same UID among many servers?

I have many servers with LDAP which mantain the users UID the same among the servers, but how can I change and keep the same UID for local users ? For example, the user tomcat, when someone create an ...
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Permissions Error Time Capsule (can't rsync owned by root:wheel group)

So, I had just flat out erased my Time Capsules 2TB drive and began running a sync script I wrote alongside a Time Machine Backup. They both have been running for over a day without a hitch, but out ...
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Control rsync user and group on reciever side

I have an rsync command to backup a directory from a remote server to a local NAS on my LAN, mounted on my server. I am using con to invoke the command rsync --rsh='ssh -pxxx' -rultxz ...
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rsync command deletion error “IO error encountered — skipping file deletion”

I use rsync command to take backup of files from one of my ubuntu server to another ubuntu machine. Backup server trigger a script that use rysnc command. Here is the command I use rsync -rltvh ...
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rsync: archiving over ssh

I'd like to use rsync to regularly archive a local directory containing upwards of 4G of data, using a low-privileges user account on a remote machine that has write access to only the backup ...
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102 views

Grant permissions using rsync

I want to use rsync (as a user) from "me" on a local computer to "another" user on a distant computer. However, I also want "another" user (on the distant computer) to own the files and to be able to ...
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173 views

Can rsync have user-specific read-write permissions?

I'm looking into using rsync to publish a project I'm working on. However, I'm running into one issue--I need to make it publicly readable, but not publicly writable (I'd rather not have someone ...
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rsync permissioning?

I have run the command sudo rsync --chmod=a+rwx testfile testfile2 This creates a file testfile2 but the permissions on it are 755 (-rwxr-xr-x) Can someone explain how to make it so the ...
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rsync set group owner, group permission

I want to use rsync to transfer files from my computer to a remote Linux system. Regardless of the local file's group ownership, I want to set these values on the remote side. If I was on the remote ...
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rsync file permissions on windows

I have an rsync service that syncs files from remote machine to a machine that drops them on a network drive. I need the copied files to take on the native permissions of the destination folder. ...