Created attachment 15095 [details]
I sent the following patch to the mailing list on March 12, but I did not receive an answer about it. Here is the patch again with comments:
> - it() you must not specify the bf(--rsh) (bf(-e)) option.
This is about the daemon, but the manual explains letter that you can in fact pass --rsh, in section `USING RSYNC-DAEMON FEATURES VIA A REMOTE-SHELL CONNECTION`.
> - rsync -av rsync:://targethost2/module/src/ /dest/ )
> + rsync -av rsync://targethost2/module/src/ /dest/ )
This seems to have an extra ':' in the URL?
> option when they need to continue a backup run that got interrupted. Since
> a bf(--link-dest) run is copied into a new directory hierarchy (when it is
> -used properly), using bf(--ignore existing) will ensure that the
> +used properly), using bf(--ignore-existing) will ensure that the
This seems to include an extraneous space.