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Old 10-16-2010, 12:02 PM   #1
brunoschwartz
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Syncing local folder to webdav


Hello All

I am running lenny and would like to a part of my local user folder to webdav on the same machine (the machine running apache is where the local folder is).

The way I go about it I mount the webdav link to a directory and then use rsync. The problem is that when files are copied to the mounted webdav they loose their time stamp (no matter what I do they keep the time when they were copied to webdav). I would like to keep the two directories in sync and that makes it impossible.

I found this
http://www.re.be/webdav_sync/1_0_1/manual.xhtml
which looks like what I need, however the syntax they suggest is not working for me - I get "bad request" error.

Please help me to find a way to sync my local folder to webdav and keep the files in perfect sync.

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