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tim.conway at philips.com tim.conway at philips.com
Sat Mar 16 05:42:23 EST 2002

I have a similar problem with rsync, though it's not consistent. 
sometimes, things just don't come over, and sometimes, things just don't 
get deleted.  Repeated runs usually correct it.  If it's the case of a 
directory being replaced with a non-directory, you'll have to add 
"--force" to get it to happen.  Hope it helps.

Tim Conway
tim.conway at philips.com
Philips Semiconductor - Longmont TC
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Longmont, CO 80501
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"Stadler, Brian T" <bstadler at ukans.edu>
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03/14/2002 03:21 PM

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All, I am having some trouble and hope someone can help.

I have any anonymous rsync server on a "master" web server.  I then have
"client" web servers which use rsync to pull data off the master to update
their files.  Problem, the client can update existing files and retrieve 
ones but are unable to delete files locally which have been removed from 
master server.  I have listed the config files for the server and the
clients below.  Someone let me know if I'm missing something please.  I'm
not on this list so please CC me on the replies.

Greatly appreciated.


logfile = /var/log/rsyncd.log
lockfile = /var/run/rsyncd.lock

path = /usr/www/Content
comment = Ads
read only = Yes
list = yes
host allow = *.*.*.*/22  (asterisks just for privacy)


script on client machines

rsync -az --update --delete masterserverip::Ads/ /usr/www/Content

Brian Stadler
Information Systems
Kansas University Athletics Corporation
bstadler at ukans.edu

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