rsync 2.5.6 hanging
zacharydenison at yahoo.com
Tue Nov 18 03:04:38 EST 2003
I get the same exact results on redhat 7.3 and redhat
8.0 so I dont think it is a redhat issue. Also if I
use an earlier version of rsync (version 2.3.4), then
I still get the same problem, but it doesn't crash as
quickly as the 2.5.6 version.
--- Hardy Merrill <hmerrill at redhat.com> wrote:
> FYI - RHL 6.1 is no longer supported - from a Red
> perspective that is :-( See the Red Hat "Errata:
> Alerts, Bugfixes, and Enhancements" page here
> You may indeed get help here since this list is an
> list. If I knew what your problem might be I'd try
> help you myself, but I don't so hopefully someone
> else will
> chime in with some ideas for you to try.
> One question I do have is what version of rsync is
> running on the ftp server? Also, if you know the
> file it gets stuck on, how big is that file?
> Hardy Merrill
> Red Hat, Inc.
> Zachary Denison [zacharydenison at yahoo.com] wrote:
> > I am using rsync 2.5.6 on redhat linux 6.1 with
> > ram. What I would like to do is mirror a
> directory on
> > the server to another server for backup purposes.
> > server is an ftp server and the main directory in
> > question is 77GB consisting of 391000
> > and files. when I run rsync with the following
> > command:
> > /usr/bin/rsync -av --rsh=ssh --stats --progress
> > --rsync-path=/usr/bin/rsync --delete --force
> > --exclude=logs/ /ftpfs/ 10.10.1.237:/ftpfs/
> > it starts to transmit some files and then gets
> > Actually now it is stuck on one file and every
> time I
> > run it it it "freezes" as it is transmitting the
> > as in the example below:
> > 196608 22% 629.92kB/s 0:00:01
> > then it just hangs..
> > I have 1gb of ram in the machine so it shouldn't
> be a
> > lack of memory issue. I would greatly appreciate
> > ideas. thank you..
> > Zach.
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