Re: I also am getting hang/timeout using rsync 2.4.6 --daemon

2000-10-24 Thread Dave Dykstra
On Fri, Oct 20, 2000 at 04:26:49PM -0500, Dave Dykstra wrote: Andrew Tridgell wrote: Dave Dykstra wrote: The linux server says Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Address State tcp35230 40686 expbuild.research.:8664 dynamic.ih.lucent:36352

Re: I also am getting hang/timeout using rsync 2.4.6 (on solaris too)

2000-10-25 Thread Dave Dykstra
On Wed, Oct 25, 2000 at 04:47:27PM +0200, Eckebrecht von Pappenheim wrote: Dave Dykstra wrote: Were using rsh, ssh, or daemon mode? I used ssh 1.2.27 on both machines. Again, with 2.3.1 we didn't have any hangs at all... Eckebrecht Has it been compiled without the USE_PIPES

Re: I also am getting hang/timeout using rsync 2.4.6 -e ssh

2000-10-26 Thread Dave Dykstra
, but the above numbers indicate that either the Linux or FreeBSD operating systems are at fault for not transmitting the send Q from Linux to FreeBSD. - Dave Dykstra

Re: I also am getting hang/timeout using rsync 2.4.6 --daemon

2000-10-27 Thread Dave Dykstra
On Tue, Oct 24, 2000 at 04:57:05PM -0500, Dave Dykstra wrote: On Fri, Oct 20, 2000 at 10:44:04AM +1000, Andrew Tridgell wrote: ... Stephen tells me that a patch went into the 2.2.17 Linux kernel that was supposed to fix this particular problem. If you get a chance it would be worth

Re: rsync server Vs rsync call

2000-11-02 Thread Dave Dykstra
2) Assume that the internet link is down inbetween, how can i setup rsync, so that it will automatically resume once the link is up. Run it periodically from cron, or run it in a while loop while it returns an error code. - Dave Dykstra

Re: rsync runtime errors

2000-11-10 Thread Dave Dykstra
when i tried to sync files between 2 machines in a internet link. What is the problem? Is there any options to avoid these errors? You're probably running too old of a version of rsync. Some older versions in the 2.4.* series had that problem. - Dave Dykstra

Re: --exclude not used in all cases?

2000-11-22 Thread Dave Dykstra
On Tue, Nov 21, 2000 at 10:57:33PM +0100, Rolf Grossmann wrote: Hi, on Tue, 21 Nov 2000 15:11:22 -0600 Dave Dykstra wrote concerning "Re: --exclude not used in all cases?" something like this: Looks like the include "/*" from the server side is overriding

Re: timestamp options?

2000-11-27 Thread Dave Dykstra
in timestamps so don't worry about backups. Since you don't appear to be getting the default behavior perhaps it would helpful for you to post more details, of the operating system(s) and rsync options you're using. - Dave Dykstra

Re: strange rsync problem

2000-12-01 Thread Dave Dykstra
not. You also don't mention what operating system(s) you are using. - Dave Dykstra

Re: strange rsync problem

2000-12-01 Thread Dave Dykstra
local/bin/rsync" or --rsync-path "strace -o /tmp/rsync.strace /usr/local/bin/rsync" You can also turn on ssh debugging with -e "ssh -v" Hm. I am running rsync 2.4.6, with OpenSSH 2.3.0p1. Both boxes have this config, and are running linux: - Dave Dykstra

Re: rsync and exclude patterns

2000-12-05 Thread Dave Dykstra
cause the semantics of "**" is such that including it anywhere in a pattern means that all asterisks can cross slash boundaries. Thus, it will match baz/foo/oof/bar.c. As I said back then, the rsync include/exclude semantics implementation needs to be completely redone. - Dave Dykstra

Re: Multiple directory copies

2000-12-07 Thread Dave Dykstra
specification removes the base name of the source from the destination filename. Use just rsync -e ssh -aq tables data eros: - Dave Dykstra

Re: rsync

2000-12-07 Thread Dave Dykstra
? If I recall correctly, rsync printed that message whenever it had some kind of I/O error, but I believe it was always after having printed another more descriptive message that pointed to the real problem. - Dave Dykstra

Re: rsync daemon

2000-12-19 Thread Dave Dykstra
failing (looping or being flooded), service terminated for 10 min I could see no way to configure Linux inetd to avoid that, so I ended up starting rsync as an independent daemon out of /etc/rc.d/rc3.d. - Dave Dykstra

Re: rsync hangs with FreeSwan

2001-01-04 Thread Dave Dykstra
raight rcp on a particular file (noticed first in rsync, reproducible with rcp). I will report more to this mailing list once I find out a Sun patch number. There's a lot of TCP bugs out there, folks. - Dave Dykstra

Re: two passwords

2001-01-05 Thread Dave Dykstra
On Fri, Jan 05, 2001 at 10:19:34AM -0500, Rick Otten wrote: Yes, the error message is coming because ssh is terminating early but I don't think that the advice that Jason goes on to give (using extra keys, expect, etc) is correct. There is no reason why rsync can't handle a double

Re: Need info: problems with 2.3.1?

2001-01-18 Thread Dave Dykstra
99-October/001466.html and other messages in that thread. - Dave Dykstra

Re: Sym links on Destination

2001-01-18 Thread Dave Dykstra
You can add the "-L" option. Unfortunately, that will follow all symlinks on the source too, not just that one. - Dave Dykstra On Wed, Jan 17, 2001 at 03:39:29PM -0500, Scott Gribben wrote: We have been running rsync for a while and it works great! But, we just ran into a situat

Re: Source and destination don't match

2001-01-18 Thread Dave Dykstra
to handle sparse files efficiently. - Dave Dykstra

Re: rsync problem

2001-01-24 Thread Dave Dykstra
. Often people break up their transfers into smaller pieces by copying each top level directory separately. - Dave Dykstra

Re: rsync 2.4.6 hangs in waitid() on Solaris 2.6 system

2001-01-24 Thread Dave Dykstra
hm is optimized for minimizing network traffic between its two halves at the expense of extra local access and in your case the "network" is between processes on the same machine and the "local" is over a network. - Dave Dykstra

Re: rsync 2.4.6 hangs in waitid() on Solaris 2.6 system

2001-01-24 Thread Dave Dykstra
? - Dave Dykstra

Re: The out of memory problem with large numbers of files

2001-01-25 Thread Dave Dykstra
. - Dave Dykstra

Re: How to exclude binary executables?

2001-01-25 Thread Dave Dykstra
pond to my challenge of giving performance comparisons (http://lists.samba.org/pipermail/rsync/2001-January/003395.html). - Dave Dykstra

Re: Solaris 8 rsync problem

2001-01-25 Thread Dave Dykstra
ping directory /home/cable/src/ITG/Test_4.1.5 wrote 17 bytes read 16 bytes 66.00 bytes/sec total size is 0 speedup is 0.00 [cable@galadriel]{1354}% Right, I wouldn't expect it to do anything without -a. - Dave Dykstra

Re: rsync exits with 'remsh' error from script

2001-01-25 Thread Dave Dykstra
/remsh on my Solaris 2.7 machine. If you have rsh but not remsh, a workaround would be for you to use '-e rsh' or to give a complete path to the -e. - Dave Dykstra

Re: The out of memory problem with large numbers of files

2001-01-25 Thread Dave Dykstra
for and get across the network, but not 100,000 files. No, that behavior should be identical with the --include-from/exclude '*' approach; I don't believe rsync uses any memory for excluded files. - Dave Dykstra

Re: can not push to daemon on non-std port.

2001-01-30 Thread Dave Dykstra
doesn't make much sense as a destination because in general URLs are for sources, not destinations; that's why it isn't supported on that end. - Dave Dykstra

Re: Transfering File List

2001-01-31 Thread Dave Dykstra
--include-from /dev/fd/0 --exclude '*' You will also need to include all parent directories of the files you want. I'm still waiting for somebody to do a performance test before implementing --files-from ... - Dave Dykstra

Re: Handling of sym-/hardlinks (using -L instead -l)

2001-01-31 Thread Dave Dykstra
On Tue, Jan 30, 2001 at 11:08:36PM +0100, Otto Wyss wrote: I'd like to use -L where I used -l so all the rsync'ed sym-/hardliks get replaced with the file the links actually pointing to. How does rsync handle this situation? A full download isn't necessary since the file is already there.

Re: rsync+ patch integration?

2001-01-31 Thread Dave Dykstra
to take a look at? I'd like to see whether they should go into the cvs tree. He went on to point Bert to librsync. As far as I can tell that was the end of the discussion because I don't have any saved message. - Dave Dykstra

Re: Password for SSH2

2001-02-02 Thread Dave Dykstra
Yes, and by the way /etc/rsyncd.secrets isn't for rsh either, it is only for the rsync daemon mode. - Dave Dykstra On Thu, Feb 01, 2001 at 02:08:21PM -0900, Britton wrote: Copy you .ssh/identity.pub into .ssh/authorized_keys in your account on the remote machine. If I am correct

Re: rsync hang question (again sorry) with debain and ssh

2001-02-05 Thread Dave Dykstra
es. Start by checking the queues in the output of netstat on each side, and if they show something queued to send you may need to go to tcpdump. If they don't, you may need to go to strace to see where things are hanging. - Dave Dykstra

Re: rsync hang question (again sorry) with debain and ssh

2001-02-05 Thread Dave Dykstra
On Mon, Feb 05, 2001 at 09:57:44AM -0600, Dave Dykstra wrote: ... I think that openssh (that's what you're using, right?) already has the modification to use socketpairs instead of pipes. ... Oh, I just found another relevant message from Tridge: On Fri, Oct 27, 2000 at 01:36:39PM +1000

Re: unnecessary chown's when uploading to rsync server

2001-02-05 Thread Dave Dykstra
to be the owner of a file to change the group. Were the files already there owned by somebody else? - Dave Dykstra

Re: Option --execute=/path/to/script.sh

2001-02-06 Thread Dave Dykstra
this type of functionality? Yes, it has been thought about, and I think it is a good idea, but nobody has done anything about it. I found an archive of a discussion from two years ago in the rsync bugs tracker. See http://rsync.samba.org/cgi-bin/rsync/todo?id=1592;user=guest;selectid=1592 - Dave Dykstra

Re: losing leading / when copying symbolic links

2001-02-07 Thread Dave Dykstra
t" is false, for security reasons symlinks may only be relative paths pointing to other files within the root path, and leading slashes are removed from absolute paths. - Dave Dykstra

Re: problem authenticating to daemon

2001-02-08 Thread Dave Dykstra
name sent to a rsync server. Are there known issues with authentication in client-server mode which is causing this to fail, or did I just do something stupid?? - Dave Dykstra

Re: --execute option

2001-02-12 Thread Dave Dykstra
, it seems to me that using '-e ssh' would be the best way for you to go instead of an rsync daemon. Is there a reason why that's not an option for you? - Dave Dykstra

Re: bug with --backup and --exclude

2001-02-12 Thread Dave Dykstra
in 2.4.6 (and that's why I couldn't reproduce it). I wasn't aware of the problem or I would have encouraged you to upgrade. See Revision 1.6 at http://pserver.samba.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb/rsync/backup.c - Dave Dykstra

Re: include/exclude confusing output

2001-02-12 Thread Dave Dykstra
cates they are not. Very misleading and confusing. The -n output has several inconsistencies compared to a real run. It needs to be cleaned up. A couple years ago somebody promised to do it but it never happened. - Dave Dykstra

Re: Using pipes to feed inclusions to rsync

2001-02-12 Thread Dave Dykstra
. Is there another way or syntax to do this? I'd like to use such a statement in a perl script. O. Wyss Most modern operating systems allow you to specify /dev/fd/N where N is the number of an open file descriptor. Stdin would be /dev/fd/0. - Dave Dykstra

Re: stupid question wrote x read y bytes using -n option and 'real' syncing

2001-02-13 Thread Dave Dykstra
'wrote' and 'write')? Yes, that's the way it works. -n doesn't go through enough of the process to determine how many bytes will be written read without it. How can I estimate how many data would really transferred before rsyncing? Currently there isn't a way that I know of. - Dave Dykstra

Re: --execute option

2001-02-13 Thread Dave Dykstra
ake a look? I was just referring to things like rsh and ssh. Basically, anything that provides a data pipe for rsync to work with. - Dave Dykstra

Re: readlink: no such file or directory // too many open files // problem

2001-02-21 Thread Dave Dykstra
On Wed, Feb 21, 2001 at 10:32:15AM -0500, Spleen wrote (in private email): Thnaks for the reply! Answers to your questions are inline: - Original Message - From: "Dave Dykstra" [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: "Spleen" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, February 21, 2001

Re: Using rsync for incremental backups and the logfile dilemma

2001-02-21 Thread Dave Dykstra
/$DATE No, --compare-dest has to be local. - Dave Dykstra

Re: SEC: unclassified Cannot create tmp/

2001-02-22 Thread Dave Dykstra
at a loss. Cheers. Does the module have "read only = no"? The default is "yes". - Dave Dykstra

Re: Incremental backup - New Story

2001-02-22 Thread Dave Dykstra
to your full backup directory on your backup server. 3. rsync --delete from your source directory to your full backup; the only thing that should happen then is deletes since you already moved over changed files in step #2. - Dave Dykstra

Re: readlink: no such file or directory // too many open files // problem

2001-02-22 Thread Dave Dykstra
and we should just delete it. I'll go ahead and do that. I would also like to know if you would have the same problem if you compiled rsync 2.4.6 natively on solaris8. There may be some problem with upward source incompatibility. - Dave Dykstra

Re: Getting rsync to keep UID/GID on rsync'd files

2001-02-23 Thread Dave Dykstra
to limit what it can do that can be done through the authorized_keys file as well. - Dave Dykstra

Re: I also am getting hang/timeout using rsync 2.4.6 --daemon

2001-02-27 Thread Dave Dykstra
: Dave Dykstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: "David S. Miller" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: Linux 2.2.16 through 2.2.18preX TCP hang bug triggered by rsync David, Regarding the patch you sent us (below) to try to help solve the problem of Solar

Re: I also am getting hang/timeout using rsync 2.4.6 --daemon

2001-02-27 Thread Dave Dykstra
de anytime the server side goes away prematurely. You probably aren't yet stressing TCP because I don't think much bidirectional traffic is exchanged so early, unless your first file is very large. - Dave Dykstra

Re: should rsync also be called ssync?

2001-02-28 Thread Dave Dykstra
On Wed, Feb 28, 2001 at 11:04:56AM +1100, Martin Pool wrote: Dave Dykstra wrote: How does everybody (especially Martin and Tridge) feel about the idea of rsync defaulting to "-e ssh" if it is invoked under the name ssync? Around here everybody is being told they should st

Re: should rsync also be called ssync?

2001-03-01 Thread Dave Dykstra
rsh style security problems. Right, but in particular the network commands that rsync is perceived to be among. I assume the "r" in rsync was derived from the "r" in rsh and probably many other people do too. On Thu, Mar 01, 2001 at 01:16:29PM +1100, Martin Pool wrote: On 28

Re: To exclude or include... That is the question.

2001-03-02 Thread Dave Dykstra
* But this will only allow processing of file and directories that start with u. What I want is for everything below the ublahblah directory to be copied. How to achieve this... simply? Many thanks to those that help. Use --include '/u*/' --exclude '/*/' (in that order). - Dave Dykstra

Patch to implement ssync

2001-03-05 Thread Dave Dykstra
Proposed patch to implement ssync follows. I decided to go ahead with the shell script idea. Unless I hear objections, I'll figure on submitting this to rsync CVS in a day or two. - Dave Dykstra *** configure.in.O Fri Mar 2 15:42:18 2001 --- configure.inFri Mar 2 16:27:53 2001

--report and --log-format options (was Re: Moving files with rsync)

2001-03-06 Thread Dave Dykstra
close attention to do a good job. The most recently something related was discussed was last October but I see it was done in private email so I will attach it here for the record. Follow the references to previous discussions in January 1999. - Dave Dykstra On Wed, Oct 11, 2000 at 11:04:15AM

Re: Should -W be the default when doing a local rsync copy?

2001-03-07 Thread Dave Dykstra
On Wed, Mar 07, 2001 at 11:01:00AM -0600, Dave Dykstra wrote: I just did a measurement on a copy between two nfs-mounted ~5MB files with and without -W and found it took over 3 times longer without the -W. I forgot to mention that the two files were nearly identical accept for a little bit

Re: rsync hard link problems

2001-03-12 Thread Dave Dykstra
things so that all files that are hardlinked together are always in the same run. Alternatively, after a file is transferred perhaps you create the hardlinks into the next destination directory with your own script before letting rsync loose on it. - Dave Dykstra

Re: [resend] patch: ldap authentication for rsyncd (2.4.6)

2001-03-13 Thread Dave Dykstra
code base there would have to be corresponding configure and man page changes before that could happen. - Dave Dykstra (former rsync maintainer)

Re: [resend] patch: ldap authentication for rsyncd (2.4.6)

2001-03-13 Thread Dave Dykstra
a complicated authentication mechanism, you should be using ssh or rsh or some other data-pipe-providing external tool for rsync to run over rather than building it all into rsync itself. - Dave Dykstra

Re: handling of uid= parameter (was Re: files can only be read when world-readable)

2001-03-19 Thread Dave Dykstra
if not root is if it is giving up setuid-bit functionality (chmod 4755), and rsync is not designed to support that so I don't see the point. - Dave Dykstra

Re: Patch to implement ssync

2001-03-20 Thread Dave Dykstra
On Mon, Mar 05, 2001 at 11:31:36AM -0600, Dave Dykstra wrote: On Tue, Mar 06, 2001 at 02:10:18AM +1100, Martin Pool wrote: ... By all means put the script into the FAQ, or a doc/examples/ directory, but my preference is that it not be in the main system. If it's not in the standard

Re: exclude list and patterns

2001-03-20 Thread Dave Dykstra
ng the end of a path, as is documented if the exclude patterns don't start with a slash. The fix for you is probably to just put a slash at the end of your source directory. - Dave Dykstra

Re: exclude list and patterns

2001-03-20 Thread Dave Dykstra
there were no wildcards) to show what the performance impact would be. - Dave Dykstra

Re: exclude list and patterns

2001-03-20 Thread Dave Dykstra
On Tue, Mar 20, 2001 at 05:33:46PM -0500, Alberto Accomazzi wrote: ... Dave, I see you've now mentioned a few times what the performance impact of this proposed patch would be, and I can't quite understand what you're getting at. My suggestion of --files-from came from the obvious (at

Re: exclude list and patterns

2001-03-21 Thread Dave Dykstra
complicated so it needs proper justification. And the new option is there to make the program more user-friendly rather than increasing performance. Different people expressed an interest in it for both reasons. - Dave Dykstra

Re: Rsync: ssh inside rsync update?

2001-03-21 Thread Dave Dykstra
xactly. I for one am quite opposed to the idea. I think using an external ssh is easy enough. - Dave Dykstra

Re: rsync stops during transfer

2001-03-22 Thread Dave Dykstra
Dell PowerEdge 2450 (identical) Operating system(s) Red Hat Linux 6.2, kernel 2.2.16 rsync version(s) 2.4.1 protocol v. 24 That's your problem. SSH hangs were a known problem in rsync 2.4.1. Upgrade to 2.4.6. - Dave Dykstra

Re: RSYNC PROBLEM on DGUX

2001-03-22 Thread Dave Dykstra
rsyncd.conf, but by default it sets 'gid = nobody' and perhaps you don't have such a group. See the rsyncd.conf.5 man page. - Dave Dykstra

Re: RSYNC PROBLEM on DGUX

2001-03-23 Thread Dave Dykstra
n operating system that didn't have the glob() function. See glob_expand_one() in util.c. - Dave Dykstra

Re: how to promote files instead of mirroring files

2001-03-23 Thread Dave Dykstra
Take a look at -u or --update which only updates files that are newer on the sending side than the receiving side. Files that are newer on the receiving side (and of course files that haven't been modified at all) are left alone. - Dave Dykstra

Re: Rsync: ssh inside rsync update? (fwd)

2001-03-26 Thread Dave Dykstra
eces of the separate tool into rsync. - Dave Dykstra

Re: Rsync 2.4.6 Exiting problem

2001-03-26 Thread Dave Dykstra
. Can somebody tell me if he has seen the same pb and if he knows where it comes from. Thanks you All. It sounds vaguely familiar. What's the complete command line you're using? - Dave Dykstra

Re: following symbolic links

2001-03-28 Thread Dave Dykstra
tree as regular files. - Dave Dykstra

Re: --include vs --exclude-form

2001-03-29 Thread Dave Dykstra
in /tmp? Using /tmp/* in outfilelist should work for that. - Dave Dykstra

Re: problem with deleting...

2001-03-30 Thread Dave Dykstra
lways show. Anybody disagree? - Dave Dykstra

Re: Rsync freezing problem

2001-03-30 Thread Dave Dykstra
ess --stat --delete --exclude \"lost+found\" /src/ /target/ Can somebody tell me if he has met difficulties like that with "-v". Thank you all. -Remi Yes, that's a known problem, apparently somewhat improved in the latest sources checked in to CVS. - Dave Dykstra

Re: The incredible include/exclude dance

2001-04-05 Thread Dave Dykstra
involve thousands of files. Unfortunately you've run into a long known bug. Here's a message I posted 4 months ago today for somebody who wanted to exclude any path ending in "foo/*.c": On Tue, Dec 05, 2000 at 12:09:45PM -0600, Dave Dykstra wrote: ... You understand correctly, this is a

Re: --include index.html vs --exclude-from tmp/*

2001-04-07 Thread Dave Dykstra
On Mon, Apr 02, 2001 at 06:40:01PM -0400, Magdalena Hewryk wrote: You have to include a parent directory in order to include a file. Is it just that you want to exclude all the other files in /tmp? Using /tmp/* in outfilelist should work for that. - Dave Dykstra Dave, When

Re: Rsync: Re: password prompts

2001-04-11 Thread Dave Dykstra
st, it can be discovered. The vulnerability on the second host can be limited only by what the compromised host is permitted to do on the second host, such as some of the schemes that have been discussed here with the ssh authorized_keys. - Dave Dykstra

Re: rsync with mtime=1 or 0?

2001-04-11 Thread Dave Dykstra
file to rsync along with --exclude '*' to exclude everything else. Currently you also need to explicitly include all parent directories of files you want copied. - Dave Dykstra

Re: delete does not work as expected

2001-04-13 Thread Dave Dykstra
/ luzifer.webseek.de:/** /backup/luzifer/current/ thx, axel. There's nothing that looks obviously wrong to me. If you could construct a complete simple test case that you could explain to someone so we could reproduce the problem that would probably help a lot. - Dave Dykstra

Re: rsync between partitions

2001-04-13 Thread Dave Dykstra
On Fri, Apr 13, 2001 at 08:44:52PM +0200, Peter T. Breuer wrote: "A month of sundays ago Dave Dykstra wrote:" This has been asked for before, but the main problem is that rsync builds a temporary file and then moves it into place when finished. If you're Thanks for the reply.

Re: rsync between partitions

2001-04-16 Thread Dave Dykstra
, but maybe it would seem trivial to him. - Dave Dykstra

Re: Help

2001-04-16 Thread Dave Dykstra
: No such file or directory created directory /tmp/sync_Retail.1229 Rsync thinks you've got 3 directories there because $logfile looks like a third parameter. You probably mean to end that by "$logfile 21". - Dave Dykstra

--compare-dest usage (was Re: [expert] 8.0 Final)

2001-04-23 Thread Dave Dykstra
on --compare-dest says. - Dave Dykstra

Re: --compare-dest usage (was Re: [expert] 8.0 Final)

2001-04-24 Thread Dave Dykstra
. - Dave Dykstra

Re: delete a single file?

2001-04-25 Thread Dave Dykstra
the target name to stdout: rsync source remote_machine:'`rm file;echo targetdir`' - Dave Dykstra

Re: feature-request: libwrap

2001-04-25 Thread Dave Dykstra
On Wed, Apr 25, 2001 at 03:20:58PM -0400, Scott Adkins wrote: --On Wednesday, April 25, 2001 3:06 PM -0400 David N. Blank-Edelman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dave Dykstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: What are the advantages of that over rsyncd.conf's hosts allow and hosts deny

Re: pipe character in file name

2001-05-01 Thread Dave Dykstra
step-by-step instructions on how to reproduce the problem? - Dave Dykstra

Re: rsync, smbmount, NT and timestamps

2001-05-02 Thread Dave Dykstra
before. Ah yes, see http://lists.samba.org/pipermail/rsync/2000-July/002503.html which says it defaults to 2 on Windows. It would be good if the man page said it should be 2 when dealing with a FAT filesystem. - Dave Dykstra

Re: Exclude files (2)...

2001-05-03 Thread Dave Dykstra
transfer, it turns out that -e is ignored. - Dave Dykstra

Re: Exclude files (2)...

2001-05-03 Thread Dave Dykstra
On Thu, May 03, 2001 at 01:56:16PM -0600, Jeff Ross wrote: No, it was a remote transfer, from one computer on my lan to another. I wonder if the second -e option, the real -e ssh overrides the first, mistaken -e xclude option? Ah yes, that's it. - Dave Dykstra

Re: Move with rsync (was Move with samba)

2001-05-04 Thread Dave Dykstra
and dele, but since I am already using it to sync file ) No, there isn't. Rsync does not support that directly. When rsync is going over rsh or ssh you can get it to do arbitrary shell commands before the transfer over the same connection, but not after. - Dave Dykstra

Re: Synchronizing Live File Systems

2001-05-04 Thread Dave Dykstra
On Thu, May 03, 2001 at 11:17:45PM -0400, CLIFFORD ILKAY wrote: Hi, I need to synchronize /home on ProductionServer with /home on BackupServer periodically. ProductionServer has Samba and netatalk running on it and share files with a network of Windows and Mac OS users. The idea behind

Re: unexpected EOF in read_timeout

2001-05-08 Thread Dave Dykstra
are not reported to the client (mostly for security reasons, although some of them may not actually be a security risk). - Dave Dykstra

Re: include/exclude

2001-05-09 Thread Dave Dykstra
, otherwise the --exclude '*' will prevent rsync from ever looking down into the subdirectories. - Dave Dykstra

Re: Problem with large include files

2001-05-11 Thread Dave Dykstra
shorter list until it works without the optimization to do a fair comparison. - Dave Dykstra

Re: Problem with large include files

2001-05-14 Thread Dave Dykstra
sliding windows to overcome latency effects? I don't recall that that subject has been discussed much on the mailing list since I've been participating. It was my understanding that rsync already pipelines pretty well in both directions. - Dave Dykstra

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