On Thu, 2016-10-13 at 20:08 -0400, Kevin Korb wrote: > I don't remember whether or not you said you were running rsync over > ssh but if you are you can also debug the ssh layer. You can even do > it at both ends....
Yes, I'm doing this over an SSH tunnel. > On the server run a debugging sshd on an alternate port with: > /usr/sbin/sshd -dDp222 > (note that this will only accept 1 connection, debug to the terminal, > then exit) then on the client use rsync -e "ssh -vp222" to go verbose > and use the debugging port. This is a great idea except that I only have one port forwarded to the server (beyond my control) and that port is for the current SSH session I would need to spawn another one on some other inaccessible port. -- Kip Warner -- Senior Software Engineer OpenPGP encrypted/signed mail preferred http://www.thevertigo.com
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