> I've located the problem:
> it seems that if you do an rsync and a specific rsync share has
> a file which name begins with "#" in the top dir, the backup
> fails because the system tries to do the backup in the temporary
> "new/sharename", which doesn't exist yet ... because as a simple
> 'ls' command shows: "#" comes before "." in the listing of a dir
> ... and since the topdir is only made at the beginning of
> encountering ".", the dir new/sharename just doesn't exist yet
> ... Any hints on how to make sure the topdir "new/sharename"
> exists at the beginning of the rsync?
Thanks for narrowing this down. Let me replicate it here and work
out a fix.
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