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May 9, 2006, 6:45 pm
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Windows 2000 server boxes. I installed Cygwin rsync/ssh on them and
been using it to keep Web images up to date by pushing them from a
/usr/local/bin/rsync -e ssh -vrtz --delete
This sync runs as the UNIX user "weblord", uid 3260.
This has been working fine. However, now we upgraded the OS to Windows
2003 Server. I installed the newest rsync (2.6.6) on the new system.
After the upgrade, new files getting synced over were unreadable by the
Here's what the permissions look like:
-rwxr-----+ 1 Administrators mkpasswd 864 Jun 9 1999 yes.gif
-rwxr-----+ 1 544 401 864 Jun 9 1999 yes.gif
I installed SSH with privsep=no and had it add the ssh account, and
the "weblord" account locally and set its uid to 500 so it'd be
When I look at the Windows permissions of the new files they differ in
the old files had an owner list of
But the new files have
So I blasted in a chmod -R ugo+r and it fixed my problem as of a point
time, but I need to figure out why when rsyncing the files over they're
getting different ownership/perms than they were...
Any help welcome!
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