A backup is being made with rsync, of the installation, the data and the installation of OJS version 18.104.22.168. But a few days here, in the copy of the installation, I am getting some errors with the OpenAIRE plugin, in which it does not find some files, but I do not know why, since these have not been deleted or recent changes have been made on installation.
rsync: mkstemp "/plugins/generic/openAIRE/locale/._fi_FI.j7cJEk" failed: No such file or directory (2)
rsync: mkstemp "/plugins/generic/openAIRE/locale/en_US/._locale.xml.hFZV46" failed: No such file or directory (2)
rsync: mkstemp "/plugins/generic/openAIRE/locale/fi_FI/._locale.xml.O37KvT" failed: No such file or directory (2)
rsync: mkstemp "/plugins/generic/openAIRE/templates/._controllers.qzl4WF" failed: No such file or directory (2)
rsync: mkstemp "/plugins/generic/openAIRE/templates/controllers/._grids.RPu0os" failed: No such file or directory (2)
rsync: mkstemp "/plugins/generic/openAIRE/templates/controllers/grids/._settings.6SYqRe" failed: No such file or directory (2)
rsync: mkstemp "/plugins/generic/openAIRE/templates/controllers/grids/settings/._section.O0Vmk1" failed: No such file or directory (2)
rsync: mkstemp "/plugins/generic/openAIRE/templates/controllers/grids/settings/section/._form.ixFXNN" failed: No such file or directory (2)
These files that starts with a “._” are resource fork files. They are created when making copies of the actual files.
You can learn further about it via:
You can actually remove these files manually, they are not related to OJS core, but to the way that your OS handles copies and backup.
But I ask you, because from one moment to another, these errors began to show in the backup of the installation.
I am not sure how you are generating your backups, but if it is mirroring it is likely that the your system is removing these fourk resources from the source and your rsync command is trying to reach them because they still exist in your target drive/backup.
Now it is showing me the following errors
file has vanished: "/cache/t_compile/050e6a64cfb825550a0659998f5f49533b371dab^014318a8a900db214722f1b0d5974f15cffa8b6f_0.app.commonloadingContainer.tp.php"
file has vanished: "/cache/t_compile/050e6a64cfb825550a0659998f5f49533b371dab^05bb841709c5eae18576702a4a24023b89ad8931_0.core.controllersnotificationno.php"
file has vanished: "/t_compile/050e6a64cfb825550a0659998f5f49533b371dab^0850a13768f7c457abaf211649f47c738f432499_0.core.commonheaderHead.tpl.php"
file has vanished: "/t_compile/050e6a64cfb825550a0659998f5f49533b371dab^10e3d856b5157939542a21933ccc1280e8dbee1e_0.app.commonheader.tpl.php"
file has vanished: "/t_compile/050e6a64cfb825550a0659998f5f49533b371dab^5100383ba7bcf93221dadf30dc091b4cd28d2022_0.app.managementsettingsjournal.php"
These files are cached resources, you can add a rule to ignore the
/cache/ folder. The content is regenerated when you clear the system cache.