jim at jrssystems.net
Fri Apr 23 23:37:55 GMT 2004
Tim already answered your question for you. Your remote system is not
answering on port 514, only on port 513. See your OS's rsh man page for
further details - this isn't really an rsync question, it's an rsh question.
> However when I first give "rsh 220.127.116.11" and after remote login when i give "which rsync" ; i get the following output
> Jim Salter <jim at jrssystems.net> wrote:
> Clearly, if you can't execute the "which" command remotely, rsh is _not_
> working "perfectly fine." If you can't use it for remote command
> execution, it isn't going to serve as an rsync transport.
> Jim Salter
> JRS Systems
>>when i gave "rsh 18.104.22.168 which rsync" at the source system i got the following error
>>22.214.171.124: Connection refused
>>"rsh 126.96.36.199" works perfectly fine.
>>What could be the problem..?
>>Tim Conway wrote:
>>rsh 188.8.131.52 which rsync
>>I expect you'll get something like "no rsync in /usr/bin /usr/ccs/bin
>>/usr/bin/X11 /usr/contrib/bin /usr/local/bin ." Some systems don't report
>>the remote shell connection open until the called remote program comes up,
>>so one missing from the path can look like a network timeout. I don't
>>remember if that's true of any FreeBSD.
>>If this is the case, use --rsync-path=/wherever/it/is/on/184.108.40.206
>>Unix System Administration
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>>opening connection using rsh 220.127.116.11 rsync --server -vvbnlogDtprz .
>>18.104.22.168: operation timed out
>>rsync: connection unexpectedly closed (0 bytes read so far)
>>rsync error: error in rsync protocol data stream (code 12) at io.c(189)
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