Max files/buffer overflow
danielp at audioprecision.com
Wed Mar 26 02:25:36 GMT 2008
It's not the best answer, but it should work to reduce your burden for the
for FLDR in dir1 dir2 dir4 dir17
rsync -avP --e ssh source/$FLDR .
From: rsync-bounces+danielp=ap.com at lists.samba.org
[mailto:rsync-bounces+danielp=ap.com at lists.samba.org] On Behalf Of Brian D.
Sent: Tuesday, March 25, 2008 5:35 PM
To: rsync at lists.samba.org
Subject: Max files/buffer overflow
I am having an interesting issue where using the command 'rsync -avP -e ssh'
seems to want to bail out on filesystems that have more than about 1.2
Using that same command on smaller filesystems works like a charm! The
server is rsync 2.6.8 protocol 29 and the destination is rsync 2.6.3
protocol 28. The server is Fedora Core 4 and the client is Mac OS 10.5.2.
What am I doing wrong, how can I get around this. I have about four million
files on a file system that I need to replicate to a disk in this Mac!
Do I just need to upgrade? Can someone point me to binary packages for
Fedora Core 4 and Mac OS 10.5 (Intel)???
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