Re: Builtin encryption support in rsync (was Re: I also am getting hang/timeout using rsync 2.4.6 -e ssh)

2000-10-27 Thread Martin Pool
are not much better off than stunnel. Another would be not to fork, but it seems that would lose a fair bit of speed because we'd no longer be pipelining. I might be wrong about SSL. -- Martin Pool, Linuxcare, Inc. +61 2 6262 8990 [EMAIL PROTECTED], http://www.linuxcare.com/ Linuxcare. Support

Re: transfer interrupted, and Not privileged errors,

2000-11-08 Thread Martin Pool
On 8 Nov 2000, Martin Pool [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The unlink message went to the console not the file, it was: unlink rsync-2.4.6/lib : Not privileged That's pretty strange, for two reasons: as far as I knew, everything ought to go to stderr, stdout, or the log file. When you say

Re: transfer interrupted, and Not privileged errors,

2000-11-08 Thread Martin Pool
ard output to file dirlist, because the standard error was duplicated as standard output before the standard output was redirected to dirlist. I still remember the `ah-ha!' moment when this sunk in a few years ago. Regards, -- Martin Pool, Linuxcare, Inc. +61 2 6262 8

Re: [rproxy-devel] Re: state of the rsync nation (was Re: rsync vs rproxy's librsync)

2000-11-13 Thread Martin Pool
a single connection. ([0] Compared to transferring tarballs over scp.) It's not impossible to be modular and fast, it's just much harder than doing either one independently. -- Martin Pool, Linuxcare, Inc. +61 2 6262 8990 [EMAIL PROTECTED], http://www.linuxcare.com/ Linuxcare. Support

Re: Skipping Files?

2000-11-14 Thread Martin Pool
. This option is only avail- able to the super-user. As a shortcut: -a, --archive This is equivalent to -rlptgoD. It is a quick way of saying you want recursion and want to preserve everything. Hope that helps, -- Martin Pool, Linuxcare

Re: state of the rsync nation (was Re: rsync vs rproxy's librsync)

2000-11-14 Thread Martin Pool
, but remember how much open source can benefit from early-and-often releases, even if the first ones are buggy. PS. maybe some of you worry about java performance but I've done some tests and low range PC is enough I'm not worried by it; I think Java is ideal for this kind of work. -- Martin Pool

Re: problems with rsync

2000-11-29 Thread Martin Pool
malaga:home/malaga $root@bart:root/utils " the response is : What are the dollar signs supposed to do? Also, rsync cannot use two remote location. You must either send from the current machine or retrieve to it. So if you are logged in on malaga, then do rsync -avz /home root@bart:home-back

Re: rdiff - does it exist?

2000-12-04 Thread Martin Pool
NEWFILE applies the delta to oldfile and writes the results to newfile -- Martin Pool, Linuxcare, Inc. +61 2 6262 8990 [EMAIL PROTECTED], http://www.linuxcare.com/ Linuxcare. Support for the revolution. PGP signature

Re: [rproxy-devel] Python implementation of rsync algorithm, was Re: rdiff - does it exist?

2000-12-07 Thread Martin Pool
using the struct module. I must confess that the source to xdelta, libhsync, and rsync all scared me a bit which is why I thought I'd write a simple version. libhsync is going to get considerably less scary when I stop going my own IO. I wish I'd realized this months ago. -- Martin Pool

Re: rsync return code 5120 (20) when using SSH

2000-12-11 Thread Martin Pool
] Morpheus waits for you to choose a pill. Red or blue? (red/blue) : red [13:40:56] gulp Red pill swallowed. Excellent choice. Any ideas? I will build a debug rsync build and try reproducing. Martin Pool writes: Hi Philippe. Thanks for your mail, and sorry for

Re: Difference in vv output with --delete-exclude

2001-02-11 Thread Martin Pool
On 10 Feb 2001, Harry Putnam [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What happened to the nifty diagnostic output? Good question. I'll have a look at the source. What version are you running? I thought the include/exclude diagnostics for -vv were not released yet. -- Martin Pool, Human Resource

Re: Q (feat. req.): multiple sourcetrees with priority

2001-02-12 Thread Martin Pool
erguy:/foo If this is not what you wanted please try to expand on your example. -- Martin Pool, Human Resource Linuxcare. Inc. +61 2 6262 8990 [EMAIL PROTECTED], http://linuxcare.com.au/ Linuxcare. Putting Open Source to work.

Re: library access to rsync protocol

2001-02-14 Thread Martin Pool
ait for a while. Don't let me discourage you from writing (and GPL'ing) it yourself, though. :-) -- Martin Pool, Human Resource Linuxcare. Inc. +61 2 6262 8990 [EMAIL PROTECTED], http://linuxcare.com.au/ Linuxcare. Putting Open Source to work.

Re: Q (feat. req.) rsync: using UDP, multicast

2001-02-14 Thread Martin Pool
be a generic stream-level UDP multicast tool: there is some work towards this in MFTP and similar things, but I don't know of a complete free implementation. As a small practical beginning, we really ought to start organizing all the rsync wishlist items into Jitterbug so they can be prioritized f

Re: automated error tracking on large install

2001-02-14 Thread Martin Pool
for the next release. For centralized logging, I'd suggest that you look at the log file and syslog options on the server, and at redirecting stderr/stdout on the client. If this is not sufficient, please think on the list about what would work better for you. Cheers, -- Martin Pool, Human

IPv6 rsync URLs

2001-02-20 Thread Martin Pool
. Interesting... -- Martin Pool, Human Resource Linuxcare. Inc. +61 2 6262 8990 [EMAIL PROTECTED], http://linuxcare.com.au/ Linuxcare. Putting Open Source to work.

Re: how to unscribe?

2001-02-20 Thread Martin Pool
address and follow the simple instructions. If you still have trouble, please send mail to the list administrator address shown on that page AND NOT TO THE MAILING LIST. -- Martin Pool, Human Resource Linuxcare. Inc. +61 2 6262 8990 [EMAIL PROTECTED], http://linuxcare.com.au/ Linuxcare

Re: how to creat new directory

2001-02-21 Thread Martin Pool
^--- look, nothing here then you will get a (possibly new) directory called somedirectory inside the test modile on the remote machine. -- Martin Pool, Human Resource Linuxcare. Inc. +61 2 6262 8990 [EMAIL PROTECTED], http://linuxcare.com.au/ Linuxcare. Putting Open Source to work.

rsync Faq-O-Matic experimental installation

2001-02-22 Thread Martin Pool
I'm setting up a more active FAQ system at http://rsync.samba.org/cgi-bin/rsync.fom It's currently empty, but please register, try adding content, and report any bugs in the installation to me. I'll probably import the existing FAQ sometime soon. -- Martin Pool, Human Resource Linuxcare

Re: cvs-exclude

2001-02-22 Thread Martin Pool
to write it. Perhaps it would be OK to just remember a pointer into the exclude list at the point the option is encountered, and then insert more stuff there later on. -- Martin Pool, Human Resource Linuxcare. Inc. +61 2 6262 8990 [EMAIL PROTECTED], http://linuxcare.com.au/ Linuxcare. Putting

Samba/rsync performance

2001-02-27 Thread Martin Pool
rsynch and Samba the that might be able to shed some light on the subject that frequents this page. grin I've thought of a couple of ways to limit this. One would be to run nice to lower the priority. The other is the use the --bwlimit switch. Rsynch version is 2.4.4- -- Martin Pool, Human

rsync should use ssh by default (was Re: should rsync also be called ssync?)

2001-02-27 Thread Martin Pool
. http://www.openssh.com/images/shherrif.jpg -- Martin Pool, Human Resource Linuxcare. Inc. +61 2 6262 8990 [EMAIL PROTECTED], http://linuxcare.com.au/ Linuxcare. Putting Open Source to work. Index: configure.in === RCS file

Re: should rsync also be called ssync?

2001-02-28 Thread Martin Pool
uot;s". I probably won't get to it until next week though. Why not just do it as a shell script? #! /bin/sh rsync -e ssh "$@" The GNU Standards (for what they're worth) deprecate having program behaviour depend on argv[0], and I'm inclined to agree, especially because you'r

Re: backup directory

2001-02-28 Thread Martin Pool
On 28 Feb 2001, Sherwood Botsford [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, 1 Mar 2001, Martin Pool wrote: In addition to using tape backups for off site, I also run rsync to an older cruft box to make incremental backups. What I would like to do is something like rsync -other

Re: (no subject)

2001-03-01 Thread Martin Pool
his is probably from ssh. Try ssh'ing into the target machine by hand first, or doing rsync -e 'ssh -v' other stuff -- Martin Pool, Human Resource Linuxcare. Inc. +61 2 6262 8990 [EMAIL PROTECTED], http://linuxcare.com.au/ Linuxcare. Putting Open Source to work.

Re: Patch to implement ssync

2001-03-05 Thread Martin Pool
if rsh does not need a password, then ssh will not either? -- Martin Pool

librsync 0.9.1 released

2001-03-10 Thread Martin Pool
. -- Martin Pool

Re: Rsync and Java

2001-03-11 Thread Martin Pool
, perhaps register a SourceForge project. You can always move some functions later. -- Martin Pool

librsync/rdiff release 0.9.2

2001-03-12 Thread Martin Pool
. There are still some optimizations to be done, but I hope that at this stage both the programming and the command line interface are in their final form. I'd particularly welcome bug reports about portability, crashes/corruption, or documentation. -- Martin Pool

Re: rsync Faq-O-Matic

2001-03-12 Thread Martin Pool
help would be greatly appreciated. PS...I love your idea of using FAQ-O-Matic. Yes, it seems like it might work well. -- Martin Pool, Human Resource Linuxcare. Inc. +61 2 6262 8990 [EMAIL PROTECTED], http://linuxcare.com.au/ Linuxcare. Putting Open Source to work.

Re: help with rsync from a PC to Solaris2

2001-03-13 Thread Martin Pool
ssh thinks is wrong. -- Martin Pool, Human Resource Linuxcare. Inc. +61 2 6262 8990 [EMAIL PROTECTED], http://linuxcare.com.au/ Linuxcare. Putting Open Source to work.

Re: rsync

2001-03-14 Thread Martin Pool
in your mail * are you running rsync as the owner of the files? -- Martin Pool, Human Resource Linuxcare. Inc. +61 2 6262 8990 [EMAIL PROTECTED], http://linuxcare.com.au/ Linuxcare. Putting Open Source to work.

Re: Small patch for librsync-0.9.2

2001-03-14 Thread Martin Pool
be very interested to hear about the results of `make check' on FreeBSD. -- Martin Pool

Re: how to deny host

2001-03-14 Thread Martin Pool
to configure it.please tell me what the format is,more specifically. It's very simple: hosts allow = mymachine.mycompany.com, my.friends.machine.mycompany.com is all you need. -- Martin Pool, Human Resource Linuxcare. Inc. +61 2 6262 8990 [EMAIL PROTECTED], http://linuxcare.com.au/ Linuxcare

Re: LFS support on AIX 4.3.3

2001-03-15 Thread Martin Pool
committed this to rsync.h (v1.98), so it should be in 2.4.7. It's unconditionally defined. If somebody on AIX could build from anoncvs and confirm that it works that would be great. (Mail me if you would like help with CVS.) Thanks, -- Martin Pool

Re: RSYNC server setup

2001-03-16 Thread Martin Pool
that, as described in the manual. -- Martin Pool, Human Resource Linuxcare. Inc. +61 2 6262 8990 [EMAIL PROTECTED], http://linuxcare.com.au/ Linuxcare. Putting Open Source to work.

re: files can only be read when world-readable

2001-03-16 Thread Martin Pool
for each module. Note that the parameter name is 'uid' even if you're actually specifying a username rather than a uid. Hope that helps, -- Martin Pool, Human Resource Linuxcare. Inc. +61 2 6262 8990 [EMAIL PROTECTED], http://linuxcare.com.au/ Linuxcare. Putting Open Source to work.

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

2001-03-16 Thread Martin Pool
to setuid anyhow, in case the user does have the capability to change, and then print a warning if it fails. -- Martin Pool, Human Resource Linuxcare. Inc. +61 2 6262 8990 [EMAIL PROTECTED], http://linuxcare.com.au/ Linuxcare. Putting Open Source to work.

Re: LFS support on AIX 4.3.3

2001-03-16 Thread Martin Pool
a *standard* part of autoconf in CVS, that detects what to add to CFLAGS and LDFLAGS to get LFS support on your OS. I think this is the direction we should head. That sounds like a more clean solution. So, that will just automatically make off_t be as long as possible? -- Martin Pool, Human

Re: LFS support on AIX 4.3.3

2001-03-16 Thread Martin Pool
INT_FORMAT "%lld" #define OFF_T_PRINT_CAST(long long) printf("seek to " OFF_T_PRINT_FORMAT, OFF_T_PRINT_CAST foo); I don't care so much about this in rsync, but librsync trace and error messages do this all the time, and it's bothered me that they might give the wrong v

Re: Linux 2.2.16 through 2.2.18preX TCP hang bug triggered by rsync

2001-03-16 Thread Martin Pool
On 28 Feb 2001, Martin Pool [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What I don't see is how we could recode this to avoid the zero window without losing a lot of the pipelining advantage we have now. Going to a more traditional request/response model in rsync would certainly make TCP like us but would

rsync3 design (was Re: Linux 2.2.16 through 2.2.18preX TCP hang bug triggered by rsync)

2001-03-16 Thread Martin Pool
into an interesting space for push-replication. -- Martin Pool, Human Resource Linuxcare. Inc. +61 2 6262 8990 [EMAIL PROTECTED], http://linuxcare.com.au/ Linuxcare. Putting Open Source to work.

Re: rsync3 design (was Re: Linux 2.2.16 through 2.2.18preX TCP hang bug triggered by rsync)

2001-03-16 Thread Martin Pool
group of machines to talk on a channel to stay synchronized, then it could be good. At the moment it doesn't seem justified. I really like modularity, and I'd kind of like to be persuaded not to write our own network layer. But at the moment this doesn't seem like the one to me. -- Martin Pool

Re: LFS support on AIX 4.3.3

2001-03-17 Thread Martin Pool
.95.3 does not seem to understand %jd with -Wformat, so we get lots of compiler warnings. When it does, I think I will put this in, with an autoconf test that it is understood. -- Martin Pool Linux is the gateway drug for freedom. -- Don Marti

(fwd from dadok@kvados.cz) UNC names on win32 rsync

2001-03-17 Thread Martin Pool
From: "Milan Dadok" [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: rsync patch Date: Sat, 17 Mar 2001 21:31:54 +0100 Hello I'm to new to rsync. I compiled version rsync-2.4.6 on WinNT using CygWin. Client mode works fine. After I setup rsync as server everytime I get on client

performance of mdfour routine

2001-03-18 Thread Martin Pool
that, following the advice from the autoconf manual to detect this at runtime. With the patch, doing an `rdiff sig' on 32MB of data takes about 0.92s on my TP600E, rather than 1.45s. -- Martin Pool "There are three principal ways to lose money: wine, women, and engineers. While the first two are

librsync and rdiff 0.9.3 released

2001-03-18 Thread Martin Pool
access (e.g. Alpha Tru64), but that will be fixed. The API is the same as in 0.9.2 except for a couple of minor extensions, and documented here: http://rproxy.sourceforge.net/doxygen/librsync/ Get it at http://rproxy.samba.org/download.html -- Martin Pool

Re: New files not being added on remote machine

2001-03-18 Thread Martin Pool
must be missing something pretty straightforward here, but I'm not sure what... Permissions problem? -- Martin Pool, Human Resource Linuxcare. Inc. +61 2 6262 8990 [EMAIL PROTECTED], http://linuxcare.com.au/ Linuxcare. Putting Open Source to work.

Re: HAVE_ALLOCA_H is missing

2001-03-19 Thread Martin Pool
This has just been fixed in CVS, along with mcheck which is also used by getopt. I'd rather not include getopt. It would be better if people had it installed as a system library, but until that happens I guess this will stop people on non-GNU platforms from getting stuck. -- Martin Pool, Huma

Re: LFS support on AIX 4.3.3

2001-03-20 Thread Martin Pool
On 20 Mar 2001, Rusty Carruth [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Well, there IS this silliness (this won't compile, its just pseudo-code, as its been a while since I've had to do this): union hacko_union { off_t foo; long foolongs[2]; }; Well, we do already have our own public domain

Re: unlimited backup revisions?

2001-03-21 Thread Martin Pool
n that day in a separate directory, but that's not quite what you need. Why not put it in the FAQ wishlist. -- Martin Pool, Human Resource Linuxcare. Inc. +61 2 6262 8990 [EMAIL PROTECTED], http://linuxcare.com.au/ Linuxcare. Putting Open Source to work.

Re: unlimited backup revisions?

2001-03-21 Thread Martin Pool
mber would be the limiter for the number of revisions. And when it reaches that number, do you want it to delete old revisions, or stop making new revisions? Perhaps something like --backup=numeric would be a better name. In the long term it might be better to handle this with scripting. -- M

Re: unlimited backup revisions?

2001-03-21 Thread Martin Pool
many people use the elisp-style names. -- Martin Pool

gid problem on DGUX

2001-03-22 Thread Martin Pool
The most likely problem is that there is a gid = somegroup entry in your rsyncd.conf that does not correspond to an entry in /etc/group. For example, you may be trying to set the group to `nobody', but perhaps DGUX requires `nogroup' or `65533' or something similar. -- Martin -

Re: Rsync stops during drive to drive transfers

2001-03-26 Thread Martin Pool
On 26 Mar 2001, Dave Dykstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, Mar 23, 2001 at 06:17:43PM -0500, Vinay Bharel wrote: H I just tested and it worked perfectly without the verbose options! Any clue as to why it hangs with -v ? I don't really know, but my guess is that the logic that

Re: rsync.conf

2001-04-18 Thread Martin Pool
On 18 Apr 2001, Lachlan Cranswick [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What versions of rsync are you using (latest?). What systems and what compiler did you use? Lachlan. n/m figured it out apparently i need 2 :: It has nothing to do with compilers. If you specify a source or destination as

Re: Rsync and NT's Paging File

2001-04-20 Thread Martin Pool
On 20 Apr 2001, Jason truong [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I know most topics regarding rsync resides under *nix but I had a question regarding using Rsync and NT. One of my NT servers is reporting critical errors with its paging file. I was wondering if there is a way to ask rsync to use

rsync faq-o-matic fixed (?)

2001-04-28 Thread Martin Pool
The rsync FAQ-O-Matic is now back on line after the migration of samba.org to the SourceForge network, sponsored by VA Linux Systems. You can check it out, and add more questions and answers at http://rsync.samba.org/cgi-bin/rsync.fom If you notice any remaining problems, please mail me. --

Re: Exclude files (2)...

2001-05-03 Thread Martin Pool
On 2 May 2001, Jeff Ross [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks, all, for the suggestions. None of them seemed to work, though. Last round of testing I removed the R option and added an * after the trailing directory slash in the exclude file. Specifically, here is the command I used: rsync

Re: rsynk and old linux system

2001-05-03 Thread Martin Pool
On 3 May 2001, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have problem with rsync in this ambient: linux kernel 2.0.34 libc5 gcc 2.7.2 I have some warnings compiling and when I try to use rsync the files copied have all the same size (4096 byte). some log from compiling:

Re: rsynk and old linux system

2001-05-09 Thread Martin Pool
I can't see the problem yet. I think I might try out Monkey Linux and see if I can reproduce it. You might also forward the error messages to the authors of the distribution and see if they have any ideas. -- Martin

Re: rsync FAQ

2001-05-11 Thread Martin Pool
On 10 May 2001, Bgs himself [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Here it goes: How do I rsync through firewall ? I tried to open port 514. When I dump the IP traffic I see continuous traffic but get : download.sourceforge.net: Connection refused unexpected EOF in read_timeout I don't know where

automatically mirror directories? (was Re: rsync FAQ --Help !!!)

2001-05-16 Thread Martin Pool
On 16 May 2001, Jiping Su [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Could you please tell me Can rsync run as a deamon to mirror/synchronize a directory automatically ? I read the man page about it as below: I mirror a directory between my old and new ftp sites with the command rsync -az

Re: tunneling rsync through ssh

2001-05-31 Thread Martin Pool
On 31 May 2001, thomas graichen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: did anyone here get rsync tunneled through ssh working so far? just to make clear what i mean: i only have an ssh connection to a host b (say mine is host a) and want to rsync stuff from host c this way (because i can't do it directly

Re: tunneling rsync through ssh

2001-05-31 Thread Martin Pool
On 31 May 2001, Rusty Carruth [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hmm. What's wrong with his syntax? (Assuming 'Martin' is a he, sorry if I'm wrong!) I use 'ssh2 [EMAIL PROTECTED] -L 119:news.there.com:119' to forward nntp all the time and it works fine - what do you know that I don't? (Ok, yes, I

Re: can't bind to port 873

2001-06-12 Thread Martin Pool
On 12 Jun 2001, Dave Dykstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 2001/06/11 12:09:46 [20857] rsyncd version 2.4.6 starting 2001/06/11 12:09:46 [20857] bind failed on port 873 Incidentally, this message now shows strerror(), so it should be more obvious in 2.4.7 whether the problem is EACCES (not root)

Re: --cvs-exclude

2001-06-12 Thread Martin Pool
On 12 Jun 2001, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am a bit confused why using the --cvs-exclude flag would exclude this file list: building file list ... done lib/libXpm.a lib/libjpeg.a lib/libwrap.a lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.0/sun4-solaris/auto/GD/GD.so wrote 385324 bytes read 100 bytes

Re: librsync and network functions

2001-06-13 Thread Martin Pool
On 13 Jun 2001, Deven Phillips [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I am in the process of gathing up information for the creation of an rsync/srsync io slave for KDE. I'm happy to hear you're interested in working on this. I am wondering if I could get your input on the best approach. I

Re: rsync+ patch

2001-06-21 Thread Martin Pool
On 21 Jun 2001, Jos Backus [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Jun 14, 2001 at 10:34:59AM -0700, Jos Backus wrote: Here is Debra Weiss's patch to create rsync+, updated to rsync version 2.4.6 by me. More information about rsync+ can be found at

Re: rsync ownership

2001-06-24 Thread Martin Pool
On 22 Jun 2001, Dave Dykstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: My next question involves the use of both the -e ssh option and modules simultaneously. Does rsync perform a call such as this one as expected?: rsync -ogptu -e ssh /path/to/stuff username@hostname::modulename I was able to

Re: Anti-hang comments?

2001-06-24 Thread Martin Pool
On 22 Jun 2001, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have been testing this patch in a duplicate of our production environment, for a week now. With the patch, the runs complete. I'm handling 86756263K in 1816688 files (at last count) average 47K files (ranging up to about .5G). It seems to solve

Re: reproducible problem w/ rsync asymmetric routes

2001-06-24 Thread Martin Pool
On 22 Jun 2001, David Bolen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dave Dykstra [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] That level of the network is completely outside of rsync's control; if you're using -e ssh, do you have problems when you use ssh by itself? Note that while rsync is certainly above this level of the

Re: Not able to use server port with auth..

2001-06-24 Thread Martin Pool
On 25 Jun 2001, Tim Potter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: bash$ rsync -a 144.16.251.213::test test Password: @ERROR: auth failed on module test I dont understand this. Can somebody explain as to how to acomplish this. All suggestions are welcome. You are probably not logged in as the

Re: Not able to use server port with auth..

2001-06-25 Thread Martin Pool
On 25 Jun 2001, Tim Potter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: J.Saravanan writes: Thanks to you all for the response. And sorry If I've wasted your time. I found the reason for this not working. Now I've added the line.. strict modes = false in to my rsyncd.conf file. Now it

Re: dry run output does not match what is really done

2001-06-25 Thread Martin Pool
On 25 Jun 2001, Britton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I saw this, which seems like a bug. The only difference between check_rsync and rsync aliases is that the former uses dry run. Can you please show us what the alias actually expand to? Reading your mind at this distance is difficult. ;-) --

Re: Rsync maintainers

2001-06-25 Thread Martin Pool
(Thanks for the nice summary.) I'm pretty open to other people becoming co-maintainers. I think it would be good to follow the standard open source procedure of giving access once people have submitted a few good patches to establish credibility. The final decision is tridge's I think, but it

Re: Not able to use server port with auth..

2001-06-26 Thread Martin Pool
On 30 Jul 2001, J.Saravanan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, bash$ rsync -a [EMAIL PROTECTED]::test test Password: @ERROR: auth failed on module test I did try this command, But the result is same as you can see above.. Any other suggestion?.. What is in the server error log now? --

Re: New protocol to avoid EOF?

2001-06-26 Thread Martin Pool
On 25 Jun 2001, Wayne Davison [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was wondering if the protocol should be updated to avoid ever assuming that an EOF on the socket was OK. The only case I know of where this allowed is when we're listing modules from an rsync server. If we modified the protocol to have

Re: Reducing rsync memory usage for file lists

2001-06-26 Thread Martin Pool
Yes, that sounds like a pretty good plan for (say) rsync 3.0. We all seem to be more or less on the same track as to how the protocol should look. Here are my feelings about the way to get there. I would be happy to have holes picked in them: * rsync 2.x works well, but is too crufty to be a

Re: Anti-hang comments?

2001-06-27 Thread Martin Pool
On 26 Jun 2001, Wayne Davison [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Here's a solution with a non-growing buffer. This is getting disturbingly complex. I realize the problem is complex too, so this is no slur on Wayne's coding. My gut reaction is that if we start adding this then the program's behaviour

Re: rsync FAQ

2001-06-28 Thread Martin Pool
On 27 Jun 2001, Christina Kingsberry [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there a version of Rsync for Windows 2000? I don't know. Do the Win32 binaries not work? -- Martin

Re: configure --with-rsh=ssh

2001-07-02 Thread Martin Pool
On 25 Jun 2001, Dave Dykstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Perhaps we need some kind of a config file setup like ssh uses? It would be possible to specify a different shell/blocking combination as the default, perhaps even based on hostname matching (again, like ssh supports), and the user

Re: rsync, cron and ssh

2001-07-03 Thread Martin Pool
On 2 Jul 2001, Slattery,Rafe [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This may be a regularly asked question and if so I apologise... I did do a search through the list archives but could not find an answer. A web search did turn up an answer, but unfortunately I don't speak, Flemish or whatever it is.

Re: rsync FAQ

2001-07-04 Thread Martin Pool
On 28 Jun 2001, Kevin Faust [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am running rsync on lots of Win2K machines. It was built from the rsync 2.4.6 sources using Cygwin. One issue, the rsyncd.conf file requires a use chroot=false for the deamon to run on Windows. The 'use chroot' flag is a

Re: any news about rsync and acl's?

2001-07-12 Thread Martin Pool
On 12 Jul 2001, Obergehrer, Walter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Does anybody know if rsync can be used in a way to preserve the ACL's? If not, are there plans to implement it in the near future? If not, are there other tools which can handle ACL's when synchronizing? I don't know if there are

Re: rsync+ patch

2001-07-12 Thread Martin Pool
I'm inclined to apply this: at the very least, it doesn't look like it could damage anything else. Any other opinions? -- Martin VA Linux Systems

Re: rsync matches wrong ssh key

2001-07-12 Thread Martin Pool
On 7 Jul 2001, Dave Wreski [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I'm using command= in my authorized_keys file in conjunction with rsync, but for some reason it's matching the wrong key. It also seems arbitrary. On the local side, I'm using rsync -avze 'ssh -i key' files/ host:/path and on

Re: [Fwd: rsync gives ld.so.1 error]

2001-07-18 Thread Martin Pool
On 18 Jul 2001, Sudarshan Ramaswamy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi In continuation of my Problem . I found out the following upon issuing the command ldd i find that libraries were different on diferent machines because of the different Operating System versions. rsync to the workstation of

Re: destination dir doubles in size

2001-09-22 Thread Martin Pool
On 22 Sep 2001, Ralph Brown [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am using Rsync to mirror my primary drive to a mounted second drive. I am using a crontab to control it: 30 3 * * * /usr/bin/rsync -rpogl /* /mnt/backup2/systemBackup/ The first run seems fine. But the subsequent running seems to

Re: rsync does not copy hidden directories

2001-09-13 Thread Martin Pool
On 12 Sep 2001, Michelene Chon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: We are using rsync and have noticed that it fails to copy hidden directories. I looked through the doc and it doesn't look like there's a flag to get rsync to not skip hidden (dot) directories. Am I missing something or is this By

Re: File merging

2001-09-13 Thread Martin Pool
On 13 Sep 2001, Andy Goth [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'll avoid simultaneous changes, then, by remembering (or automating) updates before switching computers. I could probably do this pretty easily as some sort of an eth0-up script. On the other hand, if only one system changes at a time

Re: Does the same version of rsync need to be on each server ?

2001-09-19 Thread Martin Pool
On 16 Sep 2001, Danny [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have serveral servers with different versions of Redhat, does the same version of rsync need to be on each server ? No, it just has to not be ridiculously old. Anything from the last three years or so will interoperate. If so what it the

Re: rsync

2001-10-05 Thread Martin Pool
On 5 Oct 2001, Sanjeev Jha [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: checking whether the C compiler (/usr/local/bin/gcc -O -D_LARGEFILE_SOURCE -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 ) works... no configure: error: installation or configuration problem: C compiler cannot create executables. Any solution of this ?

Re: Both directions Mirror

2001-10-25 Thread Martin Pool
On 25 Oct 2001, taisaki [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Good evening Hello! I use d as follows. (It is every 5 minutes from Cron) #!/bin/sh LOCK=/tmp/lock.pid if [ ! -e $LOCK ]; then echo 1 $LOCK rsync -ave ssh --delete /export/mirror user@hostB:/export rsync -ave ssh

Re: Bandwidth Limits

2001-11-19 Thread Martin Pool
On 19 Nov 2001, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Has anyone noticed that the --bwlimit doesn't really work? I have MRTG stats happening, and on a 128Kbps circuit, an rsync with the following syntax takes up the whole line. $ rsync -avz -e ssh localfiles.tar.gz user@remote:/path/to/file/arch

Re: Bandwidth Limits

2001-11-21 Thread Martin Pool
On 20 Nov 2001, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It is a bit less than obvious... It can be sure about its own kBps, but wire protocols may vary... 100Mbps of ethernet is not 100/16 ofr 16Mbps token ring is not 100/1.044 of T1 is not ...whatever rsh,, ssh, and rsync transport protocols vary

solution: Re: rsync takes way too long to perform this....

2001-11-22 Thread Martin Pool
On 14 Nov 2001, Jason Helfman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: rsync -avnp remote::gif/ `find /home/www/html/ -maxdepth 1 -name *.[j,g][pg,if]*` /tmp/ I can't see how this syntax will work. The shell will expand this to: rsync -avnp remote::gif/ /home/www/html/foo.jpg /home/www/html/bar.gif (more

Re: patch to enable faster mirroring of large filesystems

2001-11-24 Thread Martin Pool
On 20 Nov 2001, Dave Dykstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: And, by the way, even if the batch stuff accomplishes the same performance gains, I would still argue that the --files-from type of behavior that I implemented is a nice transparent interface that people might like to have. The

Re: rsync server over SSH [includes code patches]

2001-11-25 Thread Martin Pool
Actually, right now I'm just a rej on main.c cali:/usr/src/redhat/SOURCES/rsync-2.4.6# patch -p0 ../rsync-ssh-over-daemon.patch patching file `authenticate.c' patching file `clientserver.c' patching file `main.c' Hunk #2 FAILED at 166. Hunk #8 FAILED at 763. 2 out of 8 hunks FAILED

Re: rsync server over SSH [includes code patches]

2001-11-25 Thread Martin Pool
On 25 Nov 2001, Jeremy Hansen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ok, I have the patch working, things seems to work except that using hosts allow in the rsyncd.conf seems to break things. What an interesting bug. :-) The proximate connection to the rsync server will be from the sshd process which is

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