mkstemp error (only a problem with newer rsync versions)
matt at mattmccutchen.net
Tue Mar 16 20:06:40 MDT 2010
On Mon, 2010-03-08 at 09:45 +1300, Henri Shustak wrote:
> The setup...
> Transport is via SSH.
> BoxA : Ubuntu 8.10
> BoxB : Mac OS X 10.4.11
> If I use rsync v2 to transfer data from BoxA to BoxB everything works
> fine. However, if I use rsync v3 to transfer the data, the following
> error is reported :
> rsync: mkstemp "/path/to/somefile/file.pm.JKQczN" failed: No such file
> or directory (2)
> If at all possible, I would like to use rsync v3 and make use of
> various additional features. As I switch between versions I am
> specifying the --rsync-path option to change the remote side of rsync.
> This problem only occurs for files within a specific directory :
> Any suggestions, pointers, ideas would be very welcome.
I can't think of any obvious difference in this area between rsync 2 and
3. Please give steps to reproduce the problem so that I can
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