real Newbie query sorry!

2004-06-16 Thread Stuart Halliday
: redhat8 :rsync is V2.5.7 Windows rsync is V2.6.2 -- Stuart Halliday -- To unsubscribe or change options: http://lists.samba.org/mailman/listinfo/rsync Before posting, read: http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html

Truly awful rsync docs - Re: real Newbie query sorry!

2004-06-17 Thread Stuart Halliday
I think you will find youre using rsync secrets in the config - thats rsync's own auth system. read the manual about rsync authentication vs account authentication. Thanks Tomasz. Surely as I've specified a secrets file then the password I use is the one in this secrets file? But how

Re: rsycnc copies all files

2004-06-17 Thread Stuart Halliday
I am making an extraordinary claim: rysnc seems to copy all my files, not just ones that have changed or new files. rsync version 2.6.0 protocol version 27 Debian 3.0 Woody I have tested this with one simple file, my example is shown below. Does anyone have any suggestions to rectify

wildcard error in source path?

2004-06-17 Thread Stuart Halliday
--delete -va dump/ remote::home ie, the file on the server is deleted. Is this a bug or are we not to use wildcards at the end of a source path? -- Stuart Halliday ECS Technology ltd Registered in Scotland - #212513 -- To unsubscribe or change options: http://lists.samba.org/mailman/listinfo/rsync

Re: wildcard error in source path?

2004-06-18 Thread Stuart Halliday
Logically, this is correct behaviour, I think. dump/* is a wildcard that matches every _existing_ local file in the dump/ directory. Since the file you deleted doesn't exist, it isn't considered by rsync. dump/ tells rsync to compare the contents of the local dump/ directory with

Re: Q: rsync Windows --backup parameters

2004-06-18 Thread Stuart Halliday
- on Windows platform, I did find a light version of rsync composed only of (rsync.exe, ssh.exe, rsetup.bat, cygwin1.dll) that works find as you can see but it is an 2.5.1-dev . I didn't find a newer version. Windows cwrsync is V2.6.2 Do a google on cwrsync -- To unsubscribe or

Re: Q: Rsync, Batch: How to avoid the password ask ?

2004-06-28 Thread Stuart Halliday
--- The secrets file on the server contains a line containing 'username:password' so in this case, that would be 'stuart:fred' (no quotes). -- Stuart Halliday -- To unsubscribe or change options: http://lists.samba.org/mailman/listinfo/rsync Before posting, read: http

Back to basics - Re: Q: Rsync, Batch: How to avoid the password ask ?

2004-07-02 Thread Stuart Halliday
Hi Tim, Thanks for the info ... and the congratulations ;) but now when I try to do this in a batch file : SET BSERVER=192.168.0.102 SET RSYNC_PASSWORD=bart2 rsync -av --delete /cygdrive/c/Doc/backup/Desktop/MesFavories.rar [EMAIL PROTECTED]::backup_pa I got the following error :

Re: [Windows] Unable to delete files transfered by rsync

2004-07-12 Thread Stuart Halliday
Now, how could I delete or change attribute or the files on machine1 other then having to reformat the drive. You simply need to gain owership of the files. Select the files, pop up the properties. Choose the security tab and see who does have permission to access these files. If its not an

Re: [Windows] Unable to delete files transfered by rsync

2004-07-14 Thread Stuart Halliday
Yes, of course. It should be very easy. Except, the only funny thing is I actually couldn't find security tab in the file properties. However, after searching in google, here's what I got. The security is by default turn off in WinXP. In order to turn it back on in XP, just go to

Re: [Windows] Unable to delete files transfered by rsync

2004-07-28 Thread Stuart Halliday
if you're using rsync on Windows, you already are using cygwin (knowingly or not, rsync is available on Windows ONLY through CygWin, as far as I know) I got my copy direct from cwrsync. http://www.itefix.no/cwrsync/ It seems to use a Cygwin dll though. -- To unsubscribe or change options:

Using cwrsync in DOS batch files.

2004-08-13 Thread Stuart Halliday
Hi, In cwrsync 1.2.4, there will be a batch file example setting necessary parameteres correctly. You can use it to initiate your rsync sessions. Yes I find cwrsync works pretty well in a Batch script. I call it via a Scheduler task every 20 mins to keep my work IE favourites synced with

Re: downloading rsync 2.6.x ( or latest) binary for WinXP?

2004-11-18 Thread Stuart Halliday
Hello, Where can I find latest rsync binary for Windows XP? It's called cwrsync. http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=69227 V2.6.3 download the 1.2.7 package. :-) -- To unsubscribe or change options: http://lists.samba.org/mailman/listinfo/rsync Before posting, read:

Re: rsync: a bit of confusion

2004-12-07 Thread Stuart Halliday
Hi, This is the first time I have setup rsync.conf like, max connections = 20 syslog facility = local3 read only = true hosts allow = 192.168.10.10 [qmail-control] comment = qmail-control path = /var/qmail/control read only = yes list = yes uid

Rsync and Microsofts new Anti-Spyware detector

2005-02-10 Thread Stuart Halliday
to have Rsync scripts disabled with no warning and may have gone unnoticed and so I thought I'd inform the list. http://www.microsoft.com/athome/security/spyware/software/default.mspx -- Stuart Halliday ECS Technology ltd Registered in Scotland - #212513 ---End Message--- -- To unsubscribe

Re: Web page link to latest changes in CVS (NEWS file)

2005-04-08 Thread Stuart Halliday
On Thu, Apr 07, 2005 at 08:11:26PM -0500, John Van Essen wrote: I think it would be very useful to have, on rsync's bug-tracking web page, a link to the NEWS file from CVS so that rsync users can read about bugs fixed or features added in the next as-yet-unreleased version of rsync.

Re: files and directories with accented characters are destroyed

2005-04-15 Thread Stuart Halliday
I'm getting a very similar problem with Rsync between 2 Windows PCs. See thread 'Rsync and foreign letters in filenames.' -- Stuart Halliday ECS Technology ltd Registered in Scotland - #212513 -Original Message- From: Jean-Max Reymond [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: rsync@lists.samba.org Date

Re: RSYNC with Double-byte

2005-05-23 Thread Stuart Halliday
On Fri, May 20, 2005 at 07:46:14PM +0800, layahsee wrote: Can anyone suggest how to make rsync work in order to replicate double-byte characters ? Rsync doesn't interpret filename characters at all (as opposed to path characters, such as '/'), so if you're copying from one double-byte

Re: RSYNC with Double-byte

2005-05-24 Thread Stuart Halliday
the original name and no wonder if it's mangled it. -- Stuart Halliday ECS Technology ltd Registered in Scotland - #212513 -- To unsubscribe or change options: https://lists.samba.org/mailman/listinfo/rsync Before posting, read: http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html

Re: RSYNC doesn't like Unicode?

2005-05-25 Thread Stuart Halliday
happened that I had placed in my favourites some URLs with a few European characters in their name. Something on Windows is tripping up Rsync that's for certain. -- Stuart Halliday ECS Technology ltd Registered in Scotland - #212513 -- To unsubscribe or change options: https

Re: Monitor a folder

2005-05-25 Thread Stuart Halliday
Thus, my question is; can Rsync monitor a folder or filesystem for changes and perform it's synchronization when changes occur as opposed to being cron'd to run at specified intervals? No it can't. But whenever I need to monitor a folder for changes I just write a simply low priority script

Re: RSYNC doesn't like Unicode?

2005-05-26 Thread Stuart Halliday
Stuart Halliday wrote: Paul Slootman said: The common issue seems to be windows systems, as far as I can tell here. Perhaps transferring files (or rather, filenames) between windows systems with differing locales (or language settings) is the problem, and someone with intimate

Can Rsync do this?

2005-07-14 Thread Stuart Halliday
recent regardless of which location it is in. Can Rsync do this? If not, can it be made to do this? ;-) -- Stuart Halliday ECS Technology ltd Registered in Scotland - #212513 -- To unsubscribe or change options: https://lists.samba.org/mailman/listinfo/rsync Before posting, read: http

Re: Can Rsync do this?

2005-07-14 Thread Stuart Halliday
You could either use the --update option, or (perhaps better suited to your situation) have a look at unison, which is meant to keep two systems in sync, regardless of where changes take place (so long there aren't any conflicts, of course). Thanks for that Paul. I found if I issue two Rsync

Re: DotNet Version Of Rsync

2005-07-15 Thread Stuart Halliday
R-type Studios [EMAIL PROTECTED] : Hi People, Just wondering if anyone has ported rsync to dotnet yet? Thanks Alex Err why? Isn't the current Windows commandline version good enough? Or am I missing something? :-) -- Stuart Halliday ECS Technology ltd Registered in Scotland

Re: rsync doesn't copy all files

2005-07-25 Thread Stuart Halliday
I live in Portugal. I have a Windows 2000 server with file sharing activated in my company. I have a linux box with a 200Gb disk for backups with rsync. I make an smbmount to /mnt/w2kbox then I use rsync like this: rsync -ar /mnt/w2kbox /200gb_disk The problem is that we use accents and

Re: missing secret for user using cygwin rsync on Windows XP Home

2005-09-29 Thread Stuart Halliday
. -- -- Stuart Halliday ECS Technology ltd Registered in Scotland - #212513 -Original Message- From: Andrew Moore [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: rsync@lists.samba.org Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2005 10:11:02 -0500 Subject: missing secret for user using cygwin rsync

Re: how to change owner of dest.

2005-10-28 Thread Stuart Halliday
On Wed 26 Oct 2005, Stuart Halliday wrote: Paul Slootman wrote: You could setup an rsync server on the receiver, and set uid = mary in the appropriate module. Oh that's where I've been going wrong in my Rsync server. I placed the uid= line at the very top

Re: Is it possible to backup database using rsync?

2005-11-29 Thread Stuart Halliday
use. But you're talking about having to spend money. Look up 'Shadow copy' on Google. -- Stuart Halliday ECS Technology ltd Registered in Scotland - #212513 -- To unsubscribe or change options: https://lists.samba.org/mailman/listinfo/rsync Before posting, read: http://www.catb.org/~esr

Re: reducing I/O and system load

2006-02-17 Thread Stuart Halliday
. -- Stuart Halliday ECS Technology ltd Registered in Scotland - #212513 -- To unsubscribe or change options: https://lists.samba.org/mailman/listinfo/rsync Before posting, read: http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html

Re: So what to do with Unicode filenames?

2006-03-17 Thread Stuart Halliday
/013113.html -- Stuart Halliday ECS Technology ltd Registered in Scotland - #212513 -- To unsubscribe or change options: https://lists.samba.org/mailman/listinfo/rsync Before posting, read: http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html

Re: So what to do with Unicode filenames?

2006-03-20 Thread Stuart Halliday
at the other end? -- Stuart Halliday ECS Technology ltd Registered in Scotland - #212513 -Original Message- From: Shachar Shemesh [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Stuart Halliday [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: rsync@lists.samba.org Date: Sun, 19 Mar 2006 23:29:54 +0200 Subject: Re: So what to do with Unicode

Re: rsync not removing files that are out of date

2006-04-05 Thread Stuart Halliday
:\excluded.txt --delete-excluded --delete --modify-window=3601 --bwlimit=%bw% [EMAIL PROTECTED]::share/ /cygdrive/h/windowsserver/share -- Stuart Halliday ECS Technology ltd Registered in Scotland - #212513 -- To unsubscribe or change options: https://lists.samba.org/mailman/listinfo/rsync Before

Re: Can rsync monitor a file system?

2006-06-27 Thread Stuart Halliday
Maybe you need Unison rather than rsync? http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~bcpierce/unison/ -- Stuart Halliday ECS Technology ltd Registered in Scotland - #212513 -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: rsync@lists.samba.org Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2006 15:47:17 -0400 Subject: Can rsync

rsync and chmoding permissions on Windows

2006-06-28 Thread Stuart Halliday
search for 'chmod=' so I'm stumped. The permissions I'm getting set is that the directory I've copied has Administrator ACLs set to 'special permissions' and not full control! Can some kind person put me out of my misery. -- Stuart Halliday ECS Technology ltd Registered in Scotland - #212513

RE: rsync and chmoding permissions on Windows

2006-06-30 Thread Stuart Halliday
The last version of cwRsync contains rsync binaries with acl support. May be worth to try. Thanks for the tips. I do use cwRsync as it is very useful. So thanks for providing it. However RsyncACL doesn't seem to do ACLs correctly. I copied a folder containing files to another on the same

Re: File Locking under Windows - a solution ?

2006-09-05 Thread Stuart Halliday
Does anyone know of a way this locking can be overridden ? - is it possible to 'force' updates ? it is important that all live servers have identical filesystems. I doubt it. Windows Filing system doesn't work that way. You can buy open file managers. But these are designed to allow a file

Re: track a stolen laptop via rsync

2006-10-20 Thread Stuart Halliday
My wife's Windows XP laptop was stolen a couple days ago. Every night the computer automatically preforms an rsync to a Debian Linux computer (the dumb-dumbs didn't steal that). My question: if the laptop successfully connects to the Linux box can you think of anyway I can use this fact

Re: efficiently synchronizing source and destination

2006-11-22 Thread Stuart Halliday
Sounds like you need Unison not Rsync? http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~bcpierce/unison/ -- Stuart Halliday ECS Technology ltd Registered in Scotland - #212513 -- To unsubscribe or change options: https://lists.samba.org/mailman/listinfo/rsync Before posting, read: http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs

Re: rsyncing from windows 2003

2006-12-21 Thread Stuart Halliday
I am using rsync in daemon mode running under cygwin on windows 2003. When I encounter a file that has a name that is in unicode rsync seems to missbehave. It changes the name to some combination of and then says the file no longer exists. I googled for this and found that cygwin

Re: Rsync to spare disk

2006-12-21 Thread Stuart Halliday
Hello I have an main disk (operating system) and an spare disk for backup. Is it possible with rsync command to copy whole disk n1 to disk2? Like: #rsync -av /dev/sd0 /dev/sd1 It will not copy open files. I use dd if=/dev/sd0 of=/dev/sd1 bs=1024k e2label /dev/sd1 /backup Much better

Re: rsync over smb share

2007-01-09 Thread Stuart Halliday
You need to make allowances for the 2 different time systems. Put this in the Rsync line --modify-window=3 -- Stuart Halliday -Original Message- From: Robert Fitzpatrick [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: rsync rsync@lists.samba.org Date: Mon, 08 Jan 2007 13:00:40 -0500 Subject: rsync over smb

Re: rsync over smb share

2007-01-11 Thread Stuart Halliday
I didn't realise your computers was so badly out of time sync. I keep mine within 2 secs of each other. Don't you NTP them? Try --modify-window=240 Some people in timezones use --modify-window=3601 -- Stuart Halliday -Original Message- From: Robert Fitzpatrick [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: rsync or other tool

2007-01-29 Thread Stuart Halliday
but can be used for such small optimized transfers? Perhaps a little routine at the start to ensure that the previous RSync had finished before the next one has started? I assume this is the reason for the memory errors? -- Stuart Halliday This email is the property of ECS Technology Ltd

Rsync copies open files on XP

2007-02-02 Thread Stuart Halliday
it's uses for a wider audience perhaps. -- Stuart Halliday This email is the property of ECS Technology Ltd. This company is registered in Scotland with company number 212513. VAT registered GB 761 7456 12 http://www.ecs-tech.com/ -- To unsubscribe or change options: https

Problem with Rsync or Users will be Users?

2007-02-21 Thread Stuart Halliday
: some files could not be transferred (code 23) at main.c(977) [sender=2.6.9] -- Stuart Halliday This email is the property of ECS Technology Ltd. This company is registered in Scotland with company number 212513. VAT registered GB 761 7456 12 http://www.ecs-tech.com/ -- To unsubscribe

Re: Problem with Rsync or Users will be Users?

2007-02-22 Thread Stuart Halliday
sections). I think I know what you mean... :-) Thank you for responding. -- Stuart Halliday -Original Message- From: Wayne Davison [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Stuart Halliday [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: rsync rsync@lists.samba.org Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2007 07:46:56 -0800 Subject: Re: Problem

Re: Problem with Rsync or Users will be Users?

2007-02-22 Thread Stuart Halliday
, acrov, small rov.url.gt1Uh8 ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NTFS#Limitations -- Stuart Halliday This email is the property of ECS Technology Ltd. This company is registered in Scotland with company number 212513. VAT

RE: Problem with Rsync or Users will be Users?

2007-02-22 Thread Stuart Halliday
Path length limitiation comes from the underlying OS, cygwin in this case. It has a max path length of 260 chars, if I remember correctly. Wow. That's quite a limitation. I didn't realise. Thanks Tevfik for that enlightenment. :-) This email is the property of ECS Technology Ltd. This

Re: Using rsync to sync two live servers

2007-02-23 Thread Stuart Halliday
minutes later. Not too hard I would have though. :-) -- Stuart Halliday This email is the property of ECS Technology Ltd. This company is registered in Scotland with company number 212513. VAT registered GB 761 7456 12 http://www.ecs-tech.com/ -- To unsubscribe or change options: https

Beginner needs a guide

2007-07-13 Thread Stuart Halliday
. Sorry for being such a 'Windows' wimp. ;-) -- Stuart Halliday This email is the property of ECS Technology Ltd. This company is registered in Scotland with company number 212513. VAT registered GB 761 7456 12 http://www.ecs-tech.com/ -- To unsubscribe or change options: https

Re: Rsync Schedule

2007-07-19 Thread Stuart Halliday
On 7/18/2007, Chuck Wolber ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: In linux, you delete files with the rm command... OT follow-up... Is there an alternate way to remove an entire directory *without* traversing the directory itself? I just use rmdir under Windows. Also Windows users can use :

RE: Rsync and opened files

2007-09-26 Thread Stuart Halliday
This following info is in the Rsync mail archives but I'll refresh it. There is a free vss toolkit you can get from Microsoft which allows you to create shadow drives of local Windows harddrives. I've put together this collection and an example script on how to backup say the entire C: drive or

Re: rsync vs. unison

2007-10-01 Thread Stuart Halliday
Get Unison. Rsync needs to be run twice and isn't that great at mirror syncing. -- Stuart Halliday -Original Message- From: Noam Birnbaum [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: rsync@lists.samba.org Date: Sun, 30 Sep 2007 20:56:06 -0700 Subject: rsync vs. unison Hey all, I'm looking into a two

Re: Overly Long File Names

2007-10-04 Thread Stuart Halliday
On Wed, Oct 03, 2007 at 10:30:55AM +0100, Stuart Halliday wrote: Cygwin needs to drop support for Windows 98. They plan to do this 'sometime'. I wonder if defining MAXPATHLEN to a larger value would work or not? Nope. That value is supposed to represent the largest string that can

Re: cwRsync on windows

2008-01-03 Thread Stuart Halliday
and how can I make sure that cwRsync is even running. I have checked the services I could not find. If you mean from an external site then make a dummy location in rsyncd.conf ie [dummy45678] path = /cygdrive/e/dummy read only = true list=no This is not visible in a rsync list unless you

The server is configured to refuse --iconv

2008-03-10 Thread Stuart Halliday
called 'test_text_file.txt' -- Stuart Halliday This email is the property of ECS Technology Ltd. This company is registered in Scotland with company number 212513. VAT registered GB 761 7456 12 http://www.ecs-tech.com/ -- To unsubscribe or change options: https://lists.samba.org/mailman

Re: Suggestions for basic rsync configuration

2008-03-13 Thread Stuart Halliday
=username password file is a list of users and passwords username:password on a single line. -- Stuart Halliday -Original Message- From: Geofoxer [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: rsync@lists.samba.org Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2008 05:39

Re: rsync Windows UNC

2008-03-19 Thread Stuart Halliday
limited to 256 characters due to cygwin still supporting Windows 98. I kid you not... -- Stuart Halliday -Original Message- From: Matt McCutchen [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Kalb Stefan [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: rsync@lists.samba.org Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2008 11:19:25 -0400 Subject: Re: rsync Windows UNC

Re: AW: rsync Windows UNC

2008-03-19 Thread Stuart Halliday
Hehe, Probably easier to just do: net use Z: \\sharename\ Run rsync script (with a path of /cygdrive/z/) net use z: /DELETE Certainly quicker... ;-) -- Stuart Halliday -Original Message- From: Kalb Stefan [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Matt McCutchen [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: rsync rsync

Re: Bad habits

2008-03-20 Thread Stuart Halliday
If they're not on the list why assume they want to be emailed? Why are non members even allowed to post to the list? Isn't an open mailing list a blank cheque to email harvesters? P.S. Please don't CC a reply back to me. I'll read it on the list. ;-) -- Stuart Halliday -Original

Re: Suggestions for basic rsync configuration

2008-03-20 Thread Stuart Halliday
::realperson Obviously this needs the rsync daemon config list option set to yes -- Stuart Halliday This email is the property of ECS Technology Ltd. This company is registered in Scotland with company number 212513. VAT registered GB 761 7456 12 http://www.ecs-tech.com/ -- To unsubscribe

Re: Mailing list replies (was: Bad habits)

2008-03-25 Thread Stuart Halliday
On Thu, Mar 20, 2008 at 11:09:57AM +, Stuart Halliday wrote: Is it just me or a lot of people on this mailing list got into a bad habit of also carbon copying to the poster as well? I always send the mail to the person I am replying to and Cc the list. This is not a bad habit

Re: Rsync on windows

2008-04-01 Thread Stuart Halliday
I use Rsync on Windows 2003 Server. Google 'cwrsync' for a handy Windows version. -- Stuart Halliday -Original Message- From: Mark, Oren [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: rsync@lists.samba.org Date: Sun, 30 Mar 2008 09:54:26 +0300 Subject: Rsync on windows Hi, It there a way to use rsync

Re: RSync from NAS machine over WinXP with cwRSync to another PC

2008-05-15 Thread Stuart Halliday
: http://www.quantumsoft.co.uk/files/pc/save_profile.zip -- Stuart Halliday This email is the property of ECS Technology Ltd. This company is registered in Scotland with company number 212513. VAT registered GB 761 7456 12 http://www.ecs-tech.com/ -- Please use reply-all for most replies

Re: RSync from NAS machine over WinXP with cwRSync to another PC

2008-05-16 Thread Stuart Halliday
Hi, thank you, for your mail, but ... see below. Am Donnerstag 15 Mai 2008 14:42 schrieb Stuart Halliday: Hello, some people want to use the following construction: they have a NAS machine with an integrated rsync (may be on embedded linux). they have a WinXP

How to use Rsync in XP (even copy open files)

2008-05-30 Thread Stuart Halliday
) set up for Rsync to copy files from one harddrive to another. The rsync in the file is actually from the cwrsync package. If this is any use to you. Be polite and tell me? -- Stuart Halliday -Original Message- From: Madan Kumar [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: rsync@lists.samba.org Date: Fri, 30

Re: Windows client

2008-08-14 Thread Stuart Halliday
I use cwrsync on XP Pro sp3 and 2003 R2 Standard server SP2 and they work fine (bar the obvious cygwin limitations). -- Stuart Halliday -Original Message- From: Jason A. Nunnelley [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: rsync@lists.samba.org Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 07:32:07 -0500 Subject: Windows client

Re: Windows client

2008-08-14 Thread Stuart Halliday
Window 98 as I understand it. Nothing to do with cwrsync last time I heard. I copy 50-100GB a day with Rsync on 2003 and XP pro machines. -- Stuart Halliday This email is the property of ECS Technology Ltd. This company is registered in Scotland with company number 212513. VAT registered GB

Re: Windows client

2008-08-14 Thread Stuart Halliday
On Thu, Aug 14, 2008 at 11:44 AM, Stuart Halliday wrote: and it has serious issues with uppercase letters in file folder names, as well as with spaces, sometimes. It does? I had numerous problems with that. rsync -av rsync://remote-location /cygdrive/c/Temp (not to mention

Re: recommend great GUI rsync client for XP

2008-09-03 Thread Stuart Halliday
a copy on my site: I use this to backup my Windows user profiles. Open files and all... http://www.quantumsoft.co.uk/files/pc/save_profile.zip -- Stuart Halliday This email is the property of ECS Technology Ltd. This company is registered in Scotland with company number 212513. VAT registered GB

RE: Windows client

2008-09-03 Thread Stuart Halliday
Google Cwrsync. V3 is there as well as a new experiment build of Cygwin 1.7 which finally supports long filenames/paths under ntfs and UTF-8 filenames at last! http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=69227package_id=68081release_id=615606 -- Stuart Halliday -Original

Re: Rsync client under windows very slow

2008-09-08 Thread Stuart Halliday
You tried using the cwrsync? This is a Windows designed version of Rsync. I've no trouble with file transfer speed from my 2003 server to XP/NAS or to a Linux machine. -- Stuart Halliday -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: rsync@lists.samba.org Date: Sat, 6 Sep 2008 13

New bie Q - fault tolerance of the rsync tool

2008-09-08 Thread Stuart Halliday
If Rsync can't pass on the changes, it'll report an error on each file it can't change and eventually stop. It's up to you to detect this and rerun your rsync script. P.S. Tip: You'll get more people reading your postings if you give meaningful subject titles. -- Stuart Halliday

Re: How could rsync be improved so that others won't have to struggle so much to find out about --modify-window=1?

2008-11-25 Thread Stuart Halliday
simple rsync tasks to start off with will get the user familiar with its workings. Maybe someone could make the rsync site into a Wiki? Then we could all type up document corrections? -- Stuart Halliday This email is the property of ECS Technology Ltd. This company is registered in Scotland

Time Zones

2008-11-28 Thread Stuart Halliday
--modify-window=1 is probably adequate personally, I' use something like --modify-window=7 Yes this one is commonly overlooked. I use --modify-window=3605 myself. Just in case daylight hours are out by an hour across time-zones on the PCs where I live. :-)) -- Stuart Halliday

Re: find out the meaning of rsync error code

2009-01-20 Thread Stuart Halliday
See bottom of Man page @ http://www.samba.org/ftp/rsync/rsync.html EXIT Values 12 is: Error in rsync protocol data stream I suggest that this may be caused by you using two different versions of Rsync? Please check that the daemon and client are running the same version. -- Stuart Halliday

Re: find out the meaning of rsync error code

2009-01-20 Thread Stuart Halliday
/ -- Stuart Halliday -Original Message- From: Jignesh Shah jignesh.shah1...@gmail.com To: Stuart Halliday stua...@ecs-tech.com Date: Tue, 20 Jan 2009 16:18:25 +0530 Subject: Re: find out the meaning of rsync error code Thanks Sven and Stuart for reply. They both are running

Re: find out the meaning of rsync error code

2009-01-20 Thread Stuart Halliday
Correct. -- Stuart Halliday I think there is no bulletproof solution for this. Right? Thanks, Jignesh On 1/20/09, Stuart Halliday stua...@ecs-tech.com wrote: When I get errors like that I do a manual rsync command via a terminal (or command prompt) shell which tries to list

Re: find out the meaning of rsync error code

2009-01-21 Thread Stuart Halliday
port number, some thing may be blocking the value you're using. P.S. No need to send me a personal copy of your reply. I do read the mailing list. I get quite enough email thanks. :-) -- Stuart Halliday This email is the property of ECS Technology Ltd. This company is registered in Scotland