I am also having an issue with upper case and lower case and synchronization.
I use WinSCP to keep a copy of my linux files locally. I never upload (except in case of file restoration, which hasn't ever happened.... yet)
I have a remote (linux) directory that is sync'd containing
is added to the remote directory.
The pre-action checklist shows that the new upper case linux file is going to overwrite the older lower case local file. A second sync ignores the older remote file, showing the directory up to date.
My first inclination is to try to prevent this happening on the source system in the first place, and to run a script to deal with the situation renaming/update db entries. That's fine. However there are now 100,000+- files and database entries in place, and not-under-my-control web links to these images.
Is there any way that an option could be written such that case insensitive duplicates can be filenameappended or otherwise identified so that they could be maintained separately AND later restored back to their original filename?
Or am I hosed at this point?
Thanks a bunch.