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Re: keepuptodate script losing remote timestamp

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Here is an image of the remote directory, some files have timestamps, some do not.


keepuptodate script losing remote timestamp


I'm using the keepuptodate in my script which is being ran by a batch file.
I believe the script is failing where once it completes one upload it loses the timestamp of the files on the remote server.
I notice this happens occasionally with the GUI as well.
Is there a switch I can use to pull the timestamp from the remote server after every upload?