Re: My motherboard/cpu/memory seems to hang when rsync runs...?

2002-04-16 Thread Jurrie Overgoor

Did you hear about the 'Athlon bug' and Linux? Dunno if it's the cause, I
don't know much about the bug myself, and I don't have problems. But maybe
you are suffering from it. Just a long shot.
Check freshmeat.org or something, you'll probably find info there.

   Greetz -- Jurrie
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Verzonden: dinsdag 16 april 2002 3:13
Onderwerp: My motherboard/cpu/memory seems to hang when rsync runs...?


 Is this just because rsync gives it a work out?

 I may  drop using this motherboard, since the store will not replace it,
and
 thinks it's a hard drive problem, and the board has no way to underclock
even
 as a test.

 What about changing from 1300 MHz to 800Mhz AThlon processor...  think
that
 would help an AZZA KT3 ABX   motherboard work easier?

 John G
 Austex

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Re: rsync processes hang and client failing on max connections

2002-04-11 Thread Jurrie Overgoor

Maybe kill -9 pid helps?
This is more of a brute-force kill (mass slaughter! ;) ), and it'll close
the application without asking it to do so itself

Just a quick suggestion though...

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Onderwerp: rsync processes hang and client failing on max connections


 rsync processes hang and client failing on max connections,
 I can't kill rsync process.

 The temporary work around are:
 increase max connections in /etc/rsyncd.conf
 or
 reboot the server !

 The client get this error:
 @ERROR: max connections (6) reached - try again later

 $ ps -aux | grep rsync
 admin30408  0.0  0.0  1696  232 ?SMar26   0:00 [rsync]
 admin28121  0.0  0.0  1688   40 ?SMar26   0:00 [rsync]
 admin29137  0.0  0.0  1724   40 ?SMar26   0:00 [rsync]
 admin30430  0.0  0.0  1724   40 ?SMar26   0:00 [rsync]
 admin11476  0.0  0.0  1688   40 ?SMar27   0:01 [rsync]
 root  4529  0.0  0.6  2412 1704 ?SApr10   0:03
 rsyncd --daemon
 admin16211  0.0  0.2  1368  520 pts/0S02:48   0:00 grep rsync

 Some rsync process never exit they are up for ~20 days.
 I can't kill them, nothing happen when I try to:
 kill 4529
 kill 30408
 etc...

 rsync is started from inetd
 rsync  version on the server 2.5.2 clients are 2.5.2 and 2.5.4

 Please advise

 Dib Urim


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RSync crashing

2002-03-25 Thread Jurrie Overgoor

Hello,

I have downloaded and correctly compiled RSync version 2.4.6. I downloaded
this version because I use it on a not-so-vanilla RedHat 5.2, and the glibc
package is broken. Any version higher than 2.4.6 doesn't work, or I'll first
have to upgrade glibc (and that's a pain, because I'll also have to upgrade
gcc and gmake).

When I use RSync to backup my companies Windows shares (witch are a *lot* of
files, about 30.000 per directory), RSync has a problem... :) It will start
ok, and gradualy swallows all the i/o of my console. And when I cannot type
anything anymore, RSync drops in a continuous loop (the hd will go like mad,
but I waited for 2 days for about 3 Gig on a 10mbit lan connection...). I
think it is a known problem that RSync can't handle large amounts of files
(is it?).

Is there a quick and painless way of getting rid of this problem, besides
upgrading RSync (witch IS painfull in my situation)?

Thanks for any reply's,

   Greetz -- Jurrie
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Compiling on a Cobalt RaQ1

2002-03-08 Thread Jurrie Overgoor



Hello,

I've downloaded version 2.5.2 and I tried compiling that one 
on a Cobalt RaQ1 server (maybe anyone has heard of them, they have that neat 
blue front). What I want is to make the RaQ1 a remote backup server, so I 
thought Rsync would be usefull...
The compilation did not work, it stalled trying to compile 
clientserver.c (or something, I cannot acces the RaQ from where I am now). There 
was something about a undeclared function. I also got a load of warnings before 
that error...
The same problem occures with package 2.5.1.

But the interesting part is that the very same package DOES 
compile on a standard RedHat 7.1 firewall box.
That box has a newer version of gcc, so maybe that is the 
reason? The RaQ1 has version 2.7.something, and the RH 7.1 box has 2.9... What 
version of gcc does Rsync need?

I cannot compile Rsync on the RH 7.1 box and copy those files, 
because the RaQ 1 is a mipsel-unknown-linux-gnu host withvery different 
hardware than that of the RH 7.1 box.

Oh yeah, I also thought of missing header files, but I don't 
think that is the problem, because I don't have problems compiling other 
programs. Above all, there is a directory with include files in /usr/src/linux 
(and the source is also available...)

Can anyone give me advise on how I can get Rsync to compile 
correctly? Thanks in advance,

 
Greetz -- Jurrie 
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