Jason Wilkinson wrote:
Bob Ababurko wrote:Back to the original rsync.. I think that if you use the right options when you copy the dir's you should be fine.. This is how I do it and it makes the files EXACTLY the same
Unfortunately, I did a qmailrocks install this time around and it used some abnormail uid:gid of 1009:1004, respctively.
When you say, "change UID and GID accordingly"...what do you mean by that? I have changed the assign uid:gid to 1009:1004, but that does not seem to work.
I believe that something else other than the assign file is is
causing my original 89:89 files on the 1009:1004 machine to talk
Have you tried "re-chowning" the files to be truly owned by the new UID/GID?
I'm just making this up as I go, so it's almost certain not to work as is...but try something like.
chown 89:89 `find /home/vpopmail -user 1009` \ && chown 89:89 `find /home/vpopmail -group 1004`
chown -R --from=1009 89 /home/vpopmail chown -R --from=:1004 :89 /home/vpopmail
I am not aware of what, but something tells me that I will
figure it out before it all is over. I really would rather figure
out how this works as oppsed to adding all the accounts by hand. Not
only is this ugly, I am not aware of how my system is working while I
have a perfect chance to learn.
rsync -ptog --force --recursive --delete rsync://10.0.0.1/vpopdomains/ /home/vpopmail/domains
Of course you will have to change the ipaddress of the master server and the share name. But those are the options that work great for me.