EOF erors

Roger Lipscombe rlipscombe at riohome.com
Thu Aug 16 19:47:44 EST 2001

> Select's return can also mean that the fd has changed state to EOF, so
> this might be entirely consistent.

Good point -- I'd failed to consider this.

> Is there a core file on the other
> machine?  That was the case for me the only time that I saw this error
> (back when --exclude-cvs was causing rsync to crash).

Where would it be if there was?  I can't find one in my home directory.

> Does ssh actually work to transfer data?

Yes.  I can run CVS over it (via CVS_RSH=) quite successfully.

I get the same error message whether I use rsh or ssh.

I'll investigate this problem further today.


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