How to RSYNC from eth1 on PDC-SRV to eth1 on BDC-SRV?
Marcel.Hergaarden at Getronics.com
Wed Mar 31 11:17:34 GMT 2004
In my opinion you should not use the hostname like bdc-srv:/home but
instead the IP adres of the gigabit interface. The hostname will resolve
to the eth1 address.
Instead you should try something like: rsync --archive --checksum
--delete 192.168.1.1:/home/ 192.168.1.2:/home/.
That should do the job.
Change the private IP-range to your situation.
From: rsync-bounces+marcel.hergaarden=getronics.com at lists.samba.org
[mailto:rsync-bounces+marcel.hergaarden=getronics.com at lists.samba.org]
On Behalf Of Travis L. Bean
Sent: woensdag 31 maart 2004 5:53
To: rsync at lists.samba.org
Subject: How to RSYNC from eth1 on PDC-SRV to eth1 on BDC-SRV?
I currently have my /home directory kept in sync between my primary and
backup domain controllers by using rsync --archive --checksum --update
--delete pdc-srv:/home/ bdc-srv:/home/. I noticed that when this
command is invoked, it tends to suck up the available bandwith to eth0
during the duration that the pdc is sending a large amount of data
packets to the bdc. So what I would like to do is install a second
1000BASE-T network adapter on both the pdc and bdc and link them
together with a crossover cable. Then when I invoke rsync, the data
stream would only travel from eth1 on the pdc to eth1 on the bdc and not
take up bandwidth on eth0. Is this possible? I have already spent
hours on Google.com searching, and I have not found an answer. I am not
highly-skilled at setting up advanced routing, so I am not sure how to
accomplish this task and do not know if it is even possible. Any help
and advice would be greatly appreciated.
Travis L. Bean
Bio-Logic Aqua Technologies
Grants Pass, OR - United States
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