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Old 07-31-2009, 03:31 AM   #16
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And what was the result?
The selfile and download folder were replaced fine but the obexfile.log and obexscan.log did not change and they are also very inportant to come over
 
Old 07-31-2009, 07:55 AM   #17
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RSYNC- FILTER
+ /obexfile.log
+ /obexscan.log

- /download/**/.lock*
- /download/**/.log*
+ /download
+ /download/**
+ /selfile
+ /selfile/**
+ .rsync-filter
: .rsync-filter
Why don't you just add this files to your filter?

Also, are you sure a per-directory-merge-file is what you really want (the last item in that list)? I also don't understand why there are three places in the 'config file' you posted above where you specify the filter rules file.

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Old 08-01-2009, 04:23 AM   #18
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Why don't you just add this files to your filter?

Also, are you sure a per-directory-merge-file is what you really want (the last item in that list)? I also don't understand why there are three places in the 'config file' you posted above where you specify the filter rules file.
Hi, we did not write these files in somebody done them for us.
We have tried writing them in to it but it makes no difference.
How would you write them in? and see the rule written?
 
  


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