Julian Pace Ross
julian.paceross at gmail.com
Fri Mar 31 17:28:59 GMT 2006
Yep guys thats exactly it!
I'm running 2.6.7pre3.
Just tried the syslog facility option and it didnt work either.
I'll keep trying to get out some clues before delving into the src...
Let me know if you find anything.
On 31/03/06, Matt McCutchen <hashproduct at verizon.net> wrote:
> On Fri, 2006-03-31 at 18:50 +0200, Julian Pace Ross wrote:
> > Yep I tried those two options, and nothing...
> > Even if the pre-user conf files have a log file in the same directory,
> > which I touch before trying, messages keep going to syslog... I tried
> > with 666 permissions on rsyncd.log too just to make sure...
> I can reproduce this bad behavior!
> I have the following rsyncd.conf in my home directory:
> log file = /home/matt/rsync/test-daemon/rsyncd.log
> log format = [From: %a] [To: %m] %o %f %u [Size: %b]
> use chroot = false
> transfer logging = true
> path = modules/module1
> hosts allow = 127.0.0.1
> read only = false
> uid = matt
> gid = matt
> incoming chmod = g-rwx,o-rwx
> list = false
> And I have modules/module1 with a test file in it. The following
> [matt at mattlaptop ~]$ rsync -vv -e ssh
> opening connection using ssh localhost rsync --server
> --daemon .
> opening connection using --server --sender -vv --list-only
> . module1/
> drwx------ 72 2006/03/31 12:08:32 .
> -rw------- 0 2006/03/31 12:08:32 testfile
> delta-transmission enabled
> sent 82 bytes received 78 bytes 106.67 bytes/sec
> total size is 0 speedup is 0.00
> And I get nothing in rsyncd.log but the following in syslog:
> Mar 31 12:20:44 mattlaptop rsyncd: connect from
> mattlaptop (127.0.0.1)
> Mar 31 12:20:44 mattlaptop rsyncd: rsync allowed
> access on module module1 from mattlaptop (127.0.0.1)
> Mar 31 12:20:44 mattlaptop rsyncd: rsync on module1/
> from mattlaptop (127.0.0.1)
> Mar 31 12:20:44 mattlaptop rsyncd: sent 78
> bytes received 82 bytes total size 0
> Matt McCutchen
> hashproduct at verizon.net
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