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Re: rsync, beagle, lsetxattr

On Fri, 11 Dec 2009 14:35:14 -0500, Rick Pasotto wrote:

> I used to have beagle installed but have now purged it. When I run rsync
> there are many error messages of the following type:
> rsync: rsync_xal_set:
> lsetxattr("home/rick/12-05-01.txt","user.Beagle.AttrTime") failed:
> Operation not supported (95) rsync: rsync_xal_set:
> lsetxattr("home/rick/12-05-01.txt","user.Beagle.Fingerprint") failed:
> Operation not supported (95) rsync: rsync_xal_set:
> lsetxattr("home/rick/12-05-01.txt","user.Beagle.MTime") failed:
> Operation not supported (95) rsync: rsync_xal_set:
> lsetxattr("home/rick/12-05-01.txt","user.Beagle.Uid") failed: Operation
> not supported (95)

It looks like rsync is trying to apply some kind of "stamp" to a file and 
that operation is not being allowed.
> How can I fix these files so I no longer get these messages?

Dunno, but just make sure the target filesystem you are using with rsync  
allows extended atributes ("user_xattr"), as that seems to be what the 
error log is trying to tell you.
> rsync is being run as root so it shouldn't be a permissions problem.
> Where and what are these settings?

Let's hope someone using rsync here can comment on this :-)



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