Hi, Kevin.  Thank you for the suggestion.  It triggered a memory that I
had set some restrictions on this rsync copy a while back.  Sure enough,
in ~/.ssh/authorized_keys:

command="rsync --server -vulogDtpre.iLsfxC --timeout=600 --bwlimit=5120
. dest" ssh-rsa

Tacking on --delete in the appropriate spot fixed the issue.

That's a big whoops on my part.  :-)  Appreciate the pointer.


On 08/15/2017 07:20 PM, Kevin Korb via rsync wrote:
> 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.

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