crosenberg at looksmart.net
Thu May 1 03:27:37 EST 2003
I realize batch mode is still experimental, but I was hoping there might be
a workaround for a problem I am getting.
I have been trying to run some tests and I get the below error when I use
the --read-batch option to. I can successfully create an initial set of
batch files, then a second set based upon a few modified test files from the
first batch. When I first run the --read-batch option on the first batch
files against an empty destination directory, it works fine recreating the
expected test files. But, then I run it on the second set of batch files,
which are supposed to apply changes to my testfile, it errors out:
rsync --read-batch=batch1 --progress --stats -v dest_dir/testfile1
[ Happy results here, testfile1 created in dest_dir ]
rsync --read-batch=batch2 --progress --stats -v dest_dir/testfile1
rsync: error writing 64 unbuffered bytes - exiting: Connection reset by peer
rsync error: error in rsync protocol data stream (code 12) at
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
Now to make things worse, I am running under Cygwin, but I get a very
similar error under my RedHat Linux 9 box.
So, any suggestions? Or should I just accept that it is still in an
experimental stage and wait for further releases?
Thanks in advance!
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