Rob Bosch rbosch at
Wed Sep 20 15:51:30 GMT 2006

Wayne, thanks for the clarification.  We're going to use a SQL query
across the SSH tunnel to the database where we are centralizing the
errors.  Given this structure we can see if the server reported the
error such as an interrupt or some dropped connection.  If it didn't
we'll post the client result.  This covers us in there is a drop in the
remote link.  Anyway, thanks!


"Wayne Davison" <wayned at> wrote in message
news:<20060920033509.GB12185 at>...
> On Mon, Sep 18, 2006 at 11:13:04AM -0600, Rob Bosch wrote:
> > I've noticed that even if rsync has a non-zero exit code on the
client that
> > the server still reports an exit status of 0.
> This can happen if the error occurred on the client side because there
> is no attempt to get the final exit status from the client side to the
> server side.  The only thing this server-side exit status tells you is
> the exit status of the server process.
> ..wayne..
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