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Le mercredi 23 avril 2008, Manuel Garc=EDa a =E9crit=A0:
> Hi all,
>
> When using rsync to copy a full directory path to another machine in
> my network, like dir1/dir2/dir3/, mkdir fails because it have to
> create dir1 and dir2 prior to dir3, non of the 3 directories exist in
> the remote machine, so mkdir needs the -p option to do that, my
> question is: is there any way i can tell mkdir use the -p option when
> invoking from rsync?


I do think the message is about mkdir() syscall, not the command mkdir. It =
is=20
impossible to ask to mkdir() to create the whole path, including missing=20
parents.

Implementing such feature is surelly possible.

Best regards.


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