tony at servasoftware.com
Tue Sep 21 02:59:39 MDT 2010
Robert Holtzman wrote:
> Running Ubuntu 10.04.1 and rsync 3.0.7-1. Used rsync successfully for
> over a year for backups. Recently there was a kernel upgrade to
> 2.6.32-25. Don't know if that has any bearing. When I tried to run a
> backup today rsync failed with the error message:
> sending incremental file list
> rsync: writefd_unbuffered failed to write 4 bytes to socket [sender]:
> Broken pipe (32)
> rsync: mkdir "/media/disk/10.04laptop" failed: No such file or
ls -l /media/disk
on the target give? rsync must be able to create (ie write) in that directory.
> rsync error: error in file IO (code 11) at main.c(595) [Receiver=3.0.7]
> rsync: connection unexpectedly closed (9 bytes received so far)
> rsync error: error in rsync protocol data stream (code 12) at io.c(601)
> /var/log/syslog just showed the above message. Searched on the message
> and got one hit that said it was because a FAT32 partition had a size
> limit. I doubt that I've come close to that.
FAT32 has a 2G file size limit. Some other old file systems have the same limit (32-bit signed)
> Couldn't find anything in this list's archives that matched the error
> message. Did I miss something?
> The command that has been working until now is:
> sudo rsync -vaHz --exclude '/proc' --exclude '/sys' --exclude '*.iso'
> --exclude '/home/holtzm/Documents/*.iso' --exclude '/media' /.
> I'm at a loss as to how to proceed. any pointers appreciated.
Also check SELinux. It tends to get in the way of anything it does not know about.
> Bob Holtzman
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