[Patch] rsync-2.6.2: Allow 'port = N' in rsyncd.conf
Demian M. Nave
dnave at psc.edu
Tue Sep 28 19:41:50 GMT 2004
Thanks for fixing the patch! I'll upgrade to the CVS source.
[04-09-28 at 12:01pm] Wayne Davison said (Re: Re: [Patch] rsync-2.6.2: Allow...:
> On Tue, Sep 28, 2004 at 01:59:45PM -0400, Demian M. Nave wrote:
> > If anyone is interested, the included patch to rsync-2.6.2 allows you to
> > specify the port number for an rsync server as a global option in
> > rsyncd.conf with 'port = <N>' (where <N> is your favorite port number).
> I like this idea, so I added a diff to the patches dir that implements
> this. Your patch didn't check the config file in the right place (i.e.
> it would have caused rsync to refuse to run in a non-daemon mode if the
> rsyncd.conf file was not present), so I fixed that. I also made the
> command-line --port option supersede this value (which is a better idiom
> to me -- if the user specifies something on the command-line, it should
> take precedence over a default value from the config file).
> You can see my version of your patch here:
> It applies to the latest CVS source. Thanks for the patch!
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