Strange sender log file characters
denys.firth at gmail.com
Mon Sep 1 01:46:23 GMT 2008
I believe I have found the reason/cause.
The (source) disk in question had been part of a linux (fake) raid1 setup
that started having errors. The raid was undone, and this seemed to fix the
errors. However, I have now noticed that readings of disk usage were odd and
that some parts of the disk were reportedly unreadable. I ran a e2fsck and
it was riddled with errors, some unfixable.
I have mirrored the disk using rsync (with still some read errors reported).
The log files are now OK on the new disk using the same rsync script.
So I believe the cause was a badly corrupted disk. (If I had given you the
complete rsync log file you would have seen at the start the 8 or so
file/folders with either file vanished or input/output error(5) which would
have given a clue, I guess.)
Your quick response was much appreciated (what a great tool rsync is!)
Wayne Davison-2 wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 30, 2008 at 12:52:42AM -0700, dfirth wrote:
>> Is there a reason I get the following strange characters in my log file?
> What rsync version are you using? I've never seen that before. Also,
> which of the various PRINTF defines are defined in your config.h file?
> % fgrep PRINTF config.h
> #define HAVE_ASPRINTF 1
> #define HAVE_C99_VSNPRINTF 1
> #define HAVE_SNPRINTF 1
> #define HAVE_VASPRINTF 1
> #define HAVE_VSNPRINTF 1
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