Backup and restore file permissions, owners and groups

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This script allows you to backup and restore file properties. It backups recursively the permissions, owners and groups of files and sub folders (including suid, sgid and sticky bit). The program also backups permissions of hidden files and hidden folders. It can handle file names with blanks. Two executable shell scripts will be created which can be run independently to restore the data. One for the file permissions, the other one for the owners and groups.

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  • I use rsync to backup my files but sometimes the file owners and permissions get messed up. That's because when my machine is rebuilt the numeric user-id's are rarely the same on the restore target as when I created the backup. allrights.pl re-creates these for me. Sweet. no hasstle. and simple. This script ensures that the owner for the file is correct by name not just the unix user ID. THAKS FOR THIS SCRIPT!.

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