[RSYNC] bad modify/change time set by rsync ?
Tue Jan 6 21:35:00 GMT 2015
Greetings, LEGOND Fabrice!
>> When comparing two timestamps, rsync treats the timestamps as being
>> equal if they differ by no more than the modify-window value. This
>> is normally 0 (for an exact match), but you may find it useful to
>> set this to a larger value in some situations. In particular, when
>> transferring to or from an MS Windows FAT filesystem (which
>> represents times with a 2-second resolution), --modify-window=1 is
>> useful (allowing times to differ by up to 1 second).
>> Yes, (ex)FAT just doesn't have the resolution to represent some
>> timestamps, specifically it can only record even seconds.
> Yes, that were also a guess at one moment in my testing time, but was
> discarded because, as I said, I had the very same problem on a ntfs
> partitions which have far greater precision. So is this normal ?
This is normal when your timezone is incorrect on one of the hosts. Means,
conversion to UTC result in different timestamps.
Please don't break threads.
Andrey Repin (email@example.com) 07.01.2015, <00:15>
Sorry for my terrible english...
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