rsync hanging at "generate_files phase=1"
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Fri Mar 21 12:53:11 GMT 2008
On 21 Mar, 2008, at 11:45 , Daniel Maher wrote:
> --rsync-path="/usr/bin/sudo /usr/bin/rsync"
> --backup-dir=/opt/rsync-backup/192.168.0.88/2008-03-21T09:51:42 -e
> "/usr/bin/ssh -i /home/rsync-backup/.ssh/id_rsa"
> rsync-backup at 192.168.0.88:"/cygdrive/d/BACKUP" /opt/rsync-backup/
interesting. So presumably you give rsync-backup the option to run
only rsync without a password. Double security. ssh key for logging in
as rsync-backup and sudo restriction in place. Correct? Of course one
that gets hold of the key, could run rsync as root, overwrite rsync
and then rerun that rsync to do what he pleases.
I wonder though if you really have to specity the ssh. ssh should be
by default and the key is the default key. Well, this protects you
from changes in either rsync defaults or ssh global configuration.
I Wonder too if you will get one or two, given the recent
discussion... should be one, if the list software looks at the To:.
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