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When I right-click a network file, I see an option "Always available offline" and it is not dithered - but nothing happens when I click it. Everything in Sync Center is configured the way I had it before.

There are no connection or file access problems with the network files, they open just fine on the device when I am connected to the network.

We are using rsync to sync up files between our staging and production ftp servers.

Basically internal users are allowed to upload files via a samba share to a staging server.

Those files are then synced out every 15 minutes via cron to our production ftp servers.

The problem occurs when a large file is being upload from a windows machine via the samba share.

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I have tested running an rsync while I was copying the file over to the source directory locally (not via samba) and the file was corrupted.

If a rsync is instantiated during the time that the file is being uploaded the destination machines get the file with the correct filesize and timestamp.

Unfortunately, even though the file shows the correct size it is not a good copy of the file.

I know I could use the -I flag to ignore times and filesizes, but from my understanding this would result in resyncing every file every time, and this is not what we want.

We are currently using rsync 2.5.5 on the source machine, and 2.5.7 on the 2 destination machines, but I have also tested using 2.6.8 on both source and destination with the same results.-----Original Message-----From: rsync-bounces tony=[hidden email] [mailto:rsync-bounces tony=[hidden emailOn Behalf Of Mark Osborne Sent: Monday, November 06, 2006 PMTo: [hidden email]Subject: rsync not updating files even with checksum flag I am having a problem with rsync that I hope someone can help me figure out.

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I have tested running an rsync while I was copying the file over to the source directory locally (not via samba) and the file was corrupted.If a rsync is instantiated during the time that the file is being uploaded the destination machines get the file with the correct filesize and timestamp.Unfortunately, even though the file shows the correct size it is not a good copy of the file.I know I could use the -I flag to ignore times and filesizes, but from my understanding this would result in resyncing every file every time, and this is not what we want.We are currently using rsync 2.5.5 on the source machine, and 2.5.7 on the 2 destination machines, but I have also tested using 2.6.8 on both source and destination with the same results.-----Original Message-----From: rsync-bounces tony=[hidden email] [mailto:rsync-bounces tony=[hidden email]]On Behalf Of Mark Osborne Sent: Monday, November 06, 2006 PMTo: [hidden email]Subject: rsync not updating files even with checksum flag I am having a problem with rsync that I hope someone can help me figure out.

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