unexpected EOF in read_timeout

willem realother at wildape.com
Thu Sep 13 02:28:11 EST 2001

tim.conway at philips.com wrote:

> Michelle:  I get the same sort of results. Solaris 7, rsync 2.4.6, with the nohang patches, or with 2.4.7pre1.  If you trace the execution, you'll probably find i/o errors.  I can't find out what they are, and would expect the kernel to take care of any
> disk or network errors, leaving me wondering what rsync is choking on.  We've got all the latest patches to Solaris, so i'm pretty sure it's not a case of rsync overstressing the tcp implementation, especially as i bwlimit  the transfer to 1000kbps.
> I've got 2328543  objects (files, directories, symlinks) in 116473553K, on NAS at each end, reached by NFS.  I have to break my jobs up into smaller chunks, which makes it hard to have it delete things.
> Anybody else have any ideas?
> Tim Conway
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> perl -e 'print pack(nnnnnnnnnnnn, 19061,29556,8289,28271,29800,25970,8304,25970,27680,26721,25451,25970), ".\n" '
> "There are some who call me.... Tim?"
> Michelle Brownsworth <mdb at primelogic.com>@lists.samba.org on 09/10/2001 06:34:16 PM
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> cc:      (bcc: Tim Conway/LMT/SC/PHILIPS)
> Subject:  RE: unexpected EOF in read_timeout
> Classification:
> Sadly, I don't seem to be having any better luck with 2.4.7pre1:
> su-2.05# ./rsync_nova.sh
> receiving file list ... done
> wrote 16 bytes  read 6620 bytes  13272.00 bytes/sec
> total size is 1309032  speedup is 197.26
> receiving file list ... done
> wrote 16 bytes  read 4458 bytes  2982.67 bytes/sec
> total size is 6037628  speedup is 1349.49
> receiving file list ... done
> wrote 16 bytes  read 450 bytes  932.00 bytes/sec
> total size is 34693  speedup is 74.45
> receiving file list ... done
> mysql/kendall/car.MYD
> Connection to nova closed by remote host.
> rsync: connection to server unexpectedly closed (26372 bytes read so far)
> rsync error: received SIGUSR1 or SIGINT (code 20) at rsync.c(229)
> rsync error: received SIGUSR1 or SIGINT (code 20) at main.c(693)
> .\\ichelle
> ---------------------
> Michelle Brownsworth
> System Administrator
> PrimeLogic Communications
> http://www.primelogic.com

sorry to get your hops up but I've no Ideas
but I'm wondering how you limit your band width use uther solaris
I wan't to do that for an ftp connection. can you help me with that?

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