keepuptodate problem

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keepuptodate problem

when running
keepuptodate C:\sync /mnt/public/sync/[/quote]

File C:\sync\long\folder\path\file.exe is placed on the local machine
/mnt/public/sync/long/folder/path does not exist and causes keepuptodate to fail.
Is there a way to create a folder structure automatically if it is not already on the remote machine?



The situation I am working with is that C:\sync on the local machine has probably 1TB of data. I do NOT want to be pushing all that data to the remote server (/mnt/public/sync/).  I just want to push files created from here on foward.    

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Re: keepuptodate problem

bah.. forgot to close my code tag... here is is a little more readable this time

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when running keepuptodate C:\sync /mnt/public/sync/

File C:\sync\long\folder\path\file.exe is placed on the local machine
/mnt/public/sync/long/folder/path does not exist and causes keepuptodate to fail.
Is there a way to create a folder structure automatically if it is not already on the remote machine?



The situation I am working with is that C:\sync on the local machine has probably 1TB of data. I do NOT want to be pushing all that data to the remote server (/mnt/public/sync/). I just want to push files created from here on foward.

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Re: keepuptodate problem

Is there a way to create a folder structure automatically if it is not already on the remote machine?
No. Precondition for the keepuptodate is that the directories are synchronized already. Otherwise the function cannot work reliably.
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martin wrote:

Is there a way to create a folder structure automatically if it is not already on the remote machine?
No. Precondition for the keepuptodate is that the directories are synchronized already. Otherwise the function cannot work reliably.
:( This would make for good error prevention. Would be nice to see the feature in a future release if anyone would be so kind :)

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