What does this mean: ERROR: The remote path must start with a module name

2004-11-02 Thread Dan Livney
Hi, 

I have an rsync daemon running on a remote server:

# rsync --daemon

with an entry in the /etc/rsyncd.conf file path = /panpci/arch

On another server I want to rsync its directory, with the /panpci/arch specified in 
the remote rsyncd.conf file:

rsync -autWvz -e 'ssh -i /panpci/oracle/.ssh/id_dsa' [EMAIL PROTECTED]::/panpci/arch 
/sanpci/arch/PANPCI

ERROR: The remote path must start with a module name

What does this error mean, what am I doing wrong??

Thanks,
Dan Livney
Mi-Services Group
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Re: What does this mean: ERROR: The remote path must start with a module name

2004-11-02 Thread Wayne Davison
On Tue, Nov 02, 2004 at 12:51:53PM -0500, Dan Livney wrote:
 What does this error mean, what am I doing wrong??

You probably didn't really mean to use :: -- use : instead (and stop
that rsync daemon -- you don't need it if you go this route).

Alternately, read the rsyncd.conf manpage to learn how to properly setup
a rsyncd.conf file, complete with one or more modules (and leave the
daemon running if you go this route).

..wayne..
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