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Re: rsync ler de arquivo



<quote quem="Felipe Augusto van de Wiel (faw)">
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> On 03/06/2006 09:38 PM, Fabio Guerrazzi wrote:
>> Desculpe-me, esqueci de colocar a mensagem de erro.
>> Veja:
>>
>> # cat lista
>> /etc/fstab
>> /etc/passwd
>>
>> # rsync -a --files-from=lista /media/backup/tmp2/
>> rsync error: syntax or usage error (code 1) at options.c(1192)
>>
>> sendo que /media/backup/tmp2/ é um diretório da máquina de backup montado
>> por nfs.
>>
>>
>> Agradeço a ajuda (não retornei o mail antes pois passei o dia longe
daqui),
>> Fabio.
>
> 	Do maravilhoso e mundialmente conhecido "man rsync":
>
>
>    --files-from=FILE
>               Using this option allows you to specify the exact list of
> files
>               to transfer (as read from the specified FILE or "-" for
> standard
>               input).  It also tweaks the default behavior of  rsync  to
> make
>               transferring just the specified files and directories
> easier:
>
>               o      The  --relative  (-R)  option is implied, which
> preserves
>                      the path information that is specified for each  item
>  in
>                      the  file  (use  --no-relative  if  you want to turn
> that
>                      off).
>
>               o      The --dirs (-d) option  is  implied,  which  will
> create
>                      directories  specified  in  the  list  on the
> destination
>                      rather than noisily skipping them.
>
>               o      The --archive  (-a)  option's  behavior  does  not
> imply
>                      --recursive  (-r),  so specify it explicitly, if you
> want
>                      it.
>
>               The file names that are read from the FILE are all  relative
>  to
>               the  source  dir  -- any leading slashes are removed and no
> ".."
>               references are allowed to go higher than the  source  dir.
> For
> 	      example, take this command:
>
>                  rsync -a --files-from=/tmp/foo /usr remote:/backup
>
>               If  /tmp/foo  contains  the  string  "bin" (or even "/bin"),
> the
>               /usr/bin directory will be created as /backup/bin on the
> remote
>               host  (but  the  contents  of the /usr/bin dir would not be
> sent
>               unless you specified -r or the names were explicitly  listed
>  in
>               /tmp/foo).  Also keep in mind that the effect of the
> (enabled by
>               default) --relative option is to duplicate only  the  path
> info
>               that  is read from the file -- it does not force the
> duplication
>               of the source-spec path (/usr in this case).
>
>               In addition, the --files-from file can be read from  the
> remote
>               host instead of the local host if you specify a "host:" in
> front
>               of the file (the host must match one end of the transfer).
> As a
>               short-cut, you can specify just a prefix of ":" to mean "use
> the
>               remote end of the transfer".  For example:
>
>                  rsync -a --files-from=:/path/file-list src:/ /tmp/copy
>
>               This would copy all the files specified in  the
> /path/file-list
>               file that was located on the remote "src" host.
>
>
>
> 	Ou seja, ainda que você especifique --files-from=LISTA você ainda
> precisa dizer qual o diretório de origem e a lista será relativa a ele.
Portanto seu comando teria que ser algo como:
>
> 	rsync -a --files-from=lista / /media/backup/temp2
>
>
> 	Isso deve funcionar, mas cuidado, teste antes e veja os exemplos,
> o rsync é uma ferramenta poderosa, usá-lo da maneira errada como root
pode trazer conseqüências indesejadas.
>
>

Não sei porque foi sem o "assunto" - vai de novo!

É isso mesmo, funcionou!
(Eu tinha lido o man rsync, não tinha era entendido...)

Obrigado,
Fabio.




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