rsync error: partial transfer (code 23) at main.c(576)
dwd at bell-labs.com
Thu Feb 7 08:36:31 EST 2002
Probably Mike needs to use "read only = false" in his rsyncd.conf.
The default is "read only = true".
- Dave Dykstra
On Wed, Feb 06, 2002 at 02:16:55PM -0700, tim.conway at philips.com wrote:
> Well, Mike. I'd guess it's a permission problem. Either on the
> destination itself or teh module defined in rsyncd.conf. Let's
> concentrate on that second one. It's documented that by default, if you
> do not specify a uid for a module (in rsyncd.conf), it will use -2
> (usually corresponds to "nobody". same for gid. I suspect that's
> probably all you need to hear.
> (see rsyncd.conf.5)
> Tim Conway
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> Subject: rsync error: partial transfer (code 23) at main.c(576)
> I want to rsync my home directory from interd1 to interp1. interd1 is
> the server, so I enter:
> rsync -vraz --delete ./ interp1::test
> rsync: building file list ...
> rsync: 6 files to consider.
> delete_one: unlinek .rhosts: Permission denied
> rsync: failed to open ".sh_history", continuing : Permission denied
> mkstemp ..profile.KIa00D failed
> mkstemp ..sh_history.LIa00D failed
> mkstemp .a.a.MIa00D failed
> mkstemp .rsync.test.NIa00d failed
> mkstemp .test.OIa00D failed
> wrote 1959 bytes read 126 bytes 1930.00 bytes/sec
> total size is 6173 speedup is 2.96
> rsync error: patrial transfer (code 23) at main.c(576)
> Do you know why this is only partialy transfering?
> Mike Lefebvre
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