Sorry to waste your time - I will stop using rsync
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Mon Sep 9 01:31:00 EST 2002
My experience is to shy away from any piece of software which the
developers feel is inviolate
Although often the hardware and kernel certainly could be at fault it is
wrong to assume they are, and such a response usually indicates that I am
wasting my time reporting this problem.
>If it isn't hardware report the kernel crashes to
>linux-kernel at vger.kernel.org with ksymoops et al.
>See kernel-newbies.org (url from memory) for instructions.
>When a user app crashes the kernel it is the kernel's fault.
>> >If running rsync crashes your (non-MS) server you have a
>> >problem with the server, not rsync. On a linux system
>> >application caused system crashes are either bad hardware or
>> >kernel bugs.
>> >Unless you have tweaked out SuSE i would say you have a
>> >hardware problem. Rsync will stress some parts of the
>> >system so that is probably why you haven't had crashes
>> >Look in the system logs. The pipe errors seem more likely
>> >to be cause by bad memory than disk.
>> > J.W. Schultz Pegasystems Technologies
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