Receive more information about transfer problems in server log?
Bas van Schaik
bas at tuxes.nl
Thu Mar 8 16:10:50 GMT 2007
Dave Markham wrote:
> What are you the Rsync options you are using ?
rsync -vratz --password-file=somefile --force --delete-excluded
--delete --exclude-from=somefile --files-from=somefile
rsync --no-detach --daemon --config /etc/rsyncd.conf
> motd file = /etc/rsyncd.motd
> log file = /var/log/rsync/rsyncd.log
> pid file = /var/run/rsyncd.pid
> secrets file = /etc/rsyncd.secrets
> read only = no
> uid = rsync
> use chroot = yes
> transfer logging = yes
> timeout = 14400
> max connections = 25
> incoming chmod = u+rw
Thanks for your help!
> On 2/23/07, *Bas van Schaik* <bas at tuxes.nl <mailto:bas at tuxes.nl>> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm probably using the most basic rsync-setup: just running the
> rsync-daemon and use plain transfers (no encryption or other shells,
> plain rsync). Transfer logging is enabled.
> I've got a lot of client machines rsyncing their backups, both Linux
> Windows. For some rsyncs, the log tells me this:
> > 2007/02/23 02:42:04  connect from ***.nl (*.*.*.*)
> > 2007/02/23 02:42:05  rsync to 192168162 from
> 192168162@***.nl (*.*.*.*)
> > 2007/02/23 02:42:05  receiving file list
> > 2007/02/23 02:42:06  IO error encountered -- skipping file
> > 2007/02/23 02:42:06  rsync /
> > 2007/02/23 02:42:06  rsync error: some files could not be
> transferred (code 23) at main.c(872) [generator=2.6.9]
> (all entries about PID 29077)
> I can see that something went wrong during this sync. But what exactly?
> Which files could not be transferred exactly, and why? According to the
> error code (23), some files where partially transferred due to an
> but there are no files in the transfer log! And which error did occur
> exactly? Of course, I can browse the client logfiles every day, but that
> isn't really an option: there are more than 50 clients!
> Can anyone help me getting more information in my server log about
> transfer problems? Thanks!
> -- Bas van Schaik
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