btober at seaworthysys.com
Sat Mar 30 09:01:55 EST 2002
This might go along with Tim Conway's suggestion B. I didn't have
exactly the same situation, but I did experience rsync not working when
trying to rsync between two Linux hosts from one host running the rsync
daemon. I had to add an entry in the /etc/hosts file of the remote
server (the one running the daemon) for the host executing the rsync
command. This made it function properly.
----- Original Message -----
From: <tim.conway at philips.com>
To: HK <harikrishnan at midascomm.com>
Cc: <rsync at lists.samba.org>; <rsync-admin at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Friday, March 29, 2002 12:55 PM
Subject: Re: (no subject)
> A: do you have a "hosts allow" or "hosts deny" in rsyncd.conf?
> B: what version are you using? It seems i've seen messages about
> in some versions refusing to allow unresolvable names in.
> C: Are you able to access the rsyncd, and just wonder about the log
> entries, or are you unable to get in? If it's just a log complaint, I
> wouldn't worry about it. Most of the time there's no name resolution
> dialup lines.
> Tim Conway
> tim.conway at philips.com
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> HK <harikrishnan at midascomm.com>
> Sent by: rsync-admin at lists.samba.org
> 03/29/2002 12:38 AM
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> cc: (bcc: Tim Conway/LMT/SC/PHILIPS)
> Subject: (no subject)
> I am using rsync between two pc's. when i am rsync
> throught the
> ethernet their is no problem. But between the same pc if i am doing a
> rsync with a dialup line, i am getting an error
> error message in /var/log/rsync.log is
> reverse name lookup failed
> forward name lookup failed
> Can anybody tell why the problem is coming
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