jyana at emc2visfx.com
Mon Jul 4 05:30:18 GMT 2005
Lakshminarayanan Radhakrishnan wrote:
> Please refer the man page for rsyncd.conf file, which is present under /etc
> U have to make uid=0 and gid=0, in rsyncd.conf file. That will solve
> your problem.
> Jeff Yana wrote:
>> I have a permissions issue. Below is my script. I am attempting to
>> archive several data sets from our current production server (a Win2K
>> box) to our new server, a high performance Fibre Channel Linux-based
>> C:\bin\cwRsyncServer\bin\rsync.exe -avvi
>> --rsh="c:\bin\cwRsyncServer\bin\ssh.exe -l root"
>> --password-file=c:\bin\cwRsyncServer\etc\secret --progress --stats
>> /cygdrive/c/test/ jyana at 192.168.0.175::test
>> Aside from the irritating warning that "not all data may have copied
>> over" - not sure why it woould give me this), my test files seem to
>> copy over just fine.
>> My question is this: unless I chmod 777 on the target directory of the
>> remote host, rsync fails. I would prefer to have my perms set to 775,
>> with owners set to root:wheel, if possible. Currently, the ssh user I
>> am authenticating against is a member of the wheel group, so why am I
>> having this permissions problem (where rsync cannot write unless perms
>> are set to 777)?
>> Thank you!
Yes, I just discovered that. I am familiar with this feature, however I
initially though that that feature only influenced rsync initiated copy
operations, not access permissions prior to the write.
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