I need to prevent the acl subtitution during folder copy and I don't know how to do.
I have two repositories, the source and the destination with different acl. Users have to copy (with windows's file explorer) some folders from source to destination but I want that the copied folder inherit the destination acl.
I know how rsync works. My doubt is how does rsync patches the parts which are different between source and destination file.
After calculating the block which is different, it sends that part to destination. Now how does the destination insert this in mid of file? Does it move all the subsequent bytes also because we can't insert (appending) byte in the mid of the file.
I am trying to write a python script that will be executed in scapy which will read a pcap file from wireshark(which the user will specify the file through a prompt), the user will also be prompted to chose a destination port to search for (also through a prompt) and then I want to print out the following for all packets that match the destination port that the user inputted.
i'm using rsync as backup solution,but at destination i see different size but number of file are the same .
rsync -a --update --delete source destination
i saw folder size has increased but by using
rsync -az --update --delete source destination
i saw folder size at destination decreased
i use du -sh for folder size ....
We are transferring file from source to destination.the file is encrypted in source and decrypting and transferring the file from source to destination using sterling integrator .After transferring the file to destination we are seeing issues in unzipping.
hi,i am using ubuntu and generally use VI editor to write shell scripts. i am required to write a shell script to copy the text of one file(a text file) into another file.While the script executes, the shell shall ask the user to input the source filename and destination filename (both these files have been initially created by using "cat" command in the terminal).