Have you tried doing the clean shell test?

ssh -i /path/to/key u...@remote.server.com true > testfile
if testfile isn't 0 bytes then whatever is producing the data that ended
up in there is your problem.

On 08/15/2017 04:13 PM, jared via rsync wrote:
> Hello, all.  I've encountered an odd error that I haven't been able to
> identify and resolve myself.  Hoping someone here could provide some
> guidance.
> I'm using the following command to rsync files between two servers, over
> the internet (if that matters), via SSH:
> rsync -ahu --timeout=600 --bwlimit=5120 -v -e "ssh -i /path/to/key"
> --filter=". /path/to/filter" /path/to/source/ u...@remote.server.com:dest
> This works perfectly fine.  However, I recently realized that I forgot
> to the --delete option, so there are a great number of stale files on
> the remote server at this point.
> Adding --delete is when I run into my problem:
> sending incremental file list
> hard-link reference out of range: 105 (10)
> rsync error: protocol incompatibility (code 2) at flist.c(769)
> [Receiver=3.1.2]
> The source and destination servers are running the same versions of
> rsync, ssh, etc., so I think that last line can be ignored.  The
> "hard-link reference out of range" line seems to be the main issue, but
> I cannot figure out what would be causing this.  I enabled various debug
> options in both rsync and ssh, but I can't find anything in the debug
> output that would indicate the problem.  I tried searching, but the only
> result I've found outside of source code
> (https://github.com/xonsh/xonsh/issues/2134) is for something that seems
> unrelated - it's a python project that calls rsync, apparently
> incorrectly, resulting in that error.  In my case I'm calling rsync
> directly from bash, so the given solution in that bug report doesn't
> seem to apply here.
> Any suggestions?  I'm stumped, and I really need to figure out how to
> clean up the stale files on the remote server as it's running low on
> space  I'm happy to provide any additional information regarding debug
> logs or whatever if it would help, just didn't want to spam the list
> with a bunch of potentially irrelevant information.
> Thanks.  Appreciate any and all guidance.

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