Re: [BackupPC-users] timeout with rsyncd

2009-07-24 Thread Chris Purves
On July 23, 2009 03:39:08 pm Chris Purves wrote:
 On July 23, 2009 09:47:46 am Chris Purves wrote:
  Hello,
  
  I am having a problem on one of the shares for an rsyncd backup.  Normally 
  I back up four different rsyncd shares.  Three go without problems, but the 
  fourth gets a timeout error.  Here is the error from the rsyncd log:
  
  2009/07/22 10:29:52 [370] name lookup failed for 10.221.77.1: Name or 
  service not known
  2009/07/22 10:29:52 [370] connect from UNKNOWN (10.221.77.1)
  2009/07/22 16:29:52 [370] rsync on . from bac...@unknown (10.221.77.1)
  2009/07/22 16:29:52 [370] building file list
  2009/07/22 17:29:58 [370] rsync error: timeout in data send/receive (code 
  30) at io.c(239) [sender=3.0.3]
  
  The timout: one hour corresponds to the timeout value set in the 
  rsyncd.conf file.  I can run rsync from the command line with the same 
  arguments used by Backuppc and it takes about one minute to complete 
  without any errors.
  
  Below is the XferLOG from backuppc for the same instance.
  
  incr backup started back to 2009-05-29 21:00:03 (backup #226) for directory 
  www
  Connected to vesuvius:873, remote version 30
  Negotiated protocol version 28
  Connected to module www
  Sending args: --server --sender --numeric-ids --perms --owner --group -D 
  --links --hard-links --times --block-size=2048 --recursive 
  --checksum-seed=32761 . .
  Checksum caching enabled (checksumSeed = 32761)
  Sent exclude: /data
  Xfer PIDs are now 20138
create d 775   0/200014096 .
... removed 335 lines ...
create d 755 33/334096 twiki/working/work_areas/TreePlugin
  Remote[1]: rsync error: timeout in data send/receive (code 30) at io.c(239) 
  [sender=3.0.3]
  Read EOF: 
  Tried again: got 0 bytes
  finish: removing in-process file .
  Child is aborting
  Done: 0 files, 0 bytes
  
 
 Adding -vvv to the rsync command shows that it hangs after the file transfer 
 has finished, but it doesn't exit cleanly.  From my rsyncd log:
 
 ...lots of lines removed...
 2009/07/23 21:31:30 [4545] sending file_sum
 2009/07/23 21:31:30 [4545] false_alarms=0 hash_hits=0 matches=0
 2009/07/23 21:31:30 [4545] sender finished 
 twiki/working/work_areas/TreePlugin/WIP_Doc.tree
 2009/07/23 21:31:30 [4545] send_files phase=1
 2009/07/23 21:31:35 [4545] send files finished
 2009/07/23 21:31:35 [4545] total: matches=344  hash_hits=381  false_alarms=0 
 data=117624
 2009/07/23 21:31:35 [4545] sent 547458 bytes  received 3143 bytes  total size 
 49509520
 2009/07/23 21:31:35 [4545] _exit_cleanup(code=0, file=main.c, line=749): 
 about to call exit(0)
 

I was able to solve the problem by removing a ganttproject log file.  There was 
nothing strange about the file other than it was one of the few that had 
changed since the backup stopped working.  I can provide more information if 
anyone is interested.

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or he will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve both 
God and Money. - Jesus of Nazareth


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[BackupPC-users] timeout with rsyncd

2009-07-23 Thread Chris Purves
Hello,

I am having a problem on one of the shares for an rsyncd backup.  Normally I 
back up four different rsyncd shares.  Three go without problems, but the 
fourth gets a timeout error.  Here is the error from the rsyncd log:

2009/07/22 10:29:52 [370] name lookup failed for 10.221.77.1: Name or service 
not known
2009/07/22 10:29:52 [370] connect from UNKNOWN (10.221.77.1)
2009/07/22 16:29:52 [370] rsync on . from bac...@unknown (10.221.77.1)
2009/07/22 16:29:52 [370] building file list
2009/07/22 17:29:58 [370] rsync error: timeout in data send/receive (code 30) 
at io.c(239) [sender=3.0.3]

The timout: one hour corresponds to the timeout value set in the rsyncd.conf 
file.  I can run rsync from the command line with the same arguments used by 
Backuppc and it takes about one minute to complete without any errors.

Below is the XferLOG from backuppc for the same instance.

incr backup started back to 2009-05-29 21:00:03 (backup #226) for directory www
Connected to vesuvius:873, remote version 30
Negotiated protocol version 28
Connected to module www
Sending args: --server --sender --numeric-ids --perms --owner --group -D 
--links --hard-links --times --block-size=2048 --recursive 
--checksum-seed=32761 . .
Checksum caching enabled (checksumSeed = 32761)
Sent exclude: /data
Xfer PIDs are now 20138
  create d 775   0/200014096 .
  ... removed 335 lines ...
  create d 755 33/334096 twiki/working/work_areas/TreePlugin
Remote[1]: rsync error: timeout in data send/receive (code 30) at io.c(239) 
[sender=3.0.3]
Read EOF: 
Tried again: got 0 bytes
finish: removing in-process file .
Child is aborting
Done: 0 files, 0 bytes




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Re: [BackupPC-users] timeout with rsyncd

2009-07-23 Thread Chris Purves
On July 23, 2009 09:47:46 am Chris Purves wrote:
 Hello,
 
 I am having a problem on one of the shares for an rsyncd backup.  Normally I 
 back up four different rsyncd shares.  Three go without problems, but the 
 fourth gets a timeout error.  Here is the error from the rsyncd log:
 
 2009/07/22 10:29:52 [370] name lookup failed for 10.221.77.1: Name or service 
 not known
 2009/07/22 10:29:52 [370] connect from UNKNOWN (10.221.77.1)
 2009/07/22 16:29:52 [370] rsync on . from bac...@unknown (10.221.77.1)
 2009/07/22 16:29:52 [370] building file list
 2009/07/22 17:29:58 [370] rsync error: timeout in data send/receive (code 30) 
 at io.c(239) [sender=3.0.3]
 
 The timout: one hour corresponds to the timeout value set in the rsyncd.conf 
 file.  I can run rsync from the command line with the same arguments used by 
 Backuppc and it takes about one minute to complete without any errors.
 
 Below is the XferLOG from backuppc for the same instance.
 
 incr backup started back to 2009-05-29 21:00:03 (backup #226) for directory 
 www
 Connected to vesuvius:873, remote version 30
 Negotiated protocol version 28
 Connected to module www
 Sending args: --server --sender --numeric-ids --perms --owner --group -D 
 --links --hard-links --times --block-size=2048 --recursive 
 --checksum-seed=32761 . .
 Checksum caching enabled (checksumSeed = 32761)
 Sent exclude: /data
 Xfer PIDs are now 20138
   create d 775   0/200014096 .
   ... removed 335 lines ...
   create d 755 33/334096 twiki/working/work_areas/TreePlugin
 Remote[1]: rsync error: timeout in data send/receive (code 30) at io.c(239) 
 [sender=3.0.3]
 Read EOF: 
 Tried again: got 0 bytes
 finish: removing in-process file .
 Child is aborting
 Done: 0 files, 0 bytes
 

Adding -vvv to the rsync command shows that it hangs after the file transfer 
has finished, but it doesn't exit cleanly.  From my rsyncd log:

...lots of lines removed...
2009/07/23 21:31:30 [4545] sending file_sum
2009/07/23 21:31:30 [4545] false_alarms=0 hash_hits=0 matches=0
2009/07/23 21:31:30 [4545] sender finished 
twiki/working/work_areas/TreePlugin/WIP_Doc.tree
2009/07/23 21:31:30 [4545] send_files phase=1
2009/07/23 21:31:35 [4545] send files finished
2009/07/23 21:31:35 [4545] total: matches=344  hash_hits=381  false_alarms=0 
data=117624
2009/07/23 21:31:35 [4545] sent 547458 bytes  received 3143 bytes  total size 
49509520
2009/07/23 21:31:35 [4545] _exit_cleanup(code=0, file=main.c, line=749): about 
to call exit(0)



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