Hi
I'm sorry I forgot to mention the scenario:

We use rsync 2.6.6 (in both sides) from Debian to Suse with -e option
(SSH tunnel)
The destination directory has 700 permisions...
Think that's all...
Thanks again
j

> Hi!
> Is it normal to get different return codes from the same rsync command
> (except for the verbosity option)??
>
> The directory where we want to rsync don't permit write operations (so
> we should get an
> "Permission denied" (23) code.
> Note that we "rename" the file to file2 in the destination directory.
>
> We just type:
> > rsync -a file server:dir_without_permisions/file2
> > echo $?
> > 0

>
> And then
> > rsync -av file server:dir_without_permisions/file2
> > echo $?
> > 0

>
>
> But when we type
> > rsync -avv file server:dir_without_permisions/file2
> > echo $?
> > 23

>
> Does someone get the same behavior??
>
> Thanks
> Judith



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