Error 28 and exclusion
kmk at sanitarium.net
Mon Feb 11 05:47:30 MST 2013
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Exclude paths are relative to the source path. Therefore you want to
Are you actually using rsh? If so make sure you know the security
As for the space issue is it possible that you are hitting a file size
limitation? Those are usually at 2GB or 4GB but my knowledge of AIX
is pretty minimal.
On 02/11/13 07:24, scott.george at parker.com wrote:
> I am having two issues with a transfer I perform every weekend.
> The first is I am trying to exclude a directory with the following
> /usr/bin/rsync --rsync-path=/usr/bin/rsync --rsh=/usr/bin/rsh
> --log-file=/tmp/rsync.out --exclude /gcse1/infor/ --delete-before
> -rptS usaix:/gcse1/ /gcse1
> I am attempting to pull and synchronize the directory /gcse1 with
> my local server directory /gcse1, but exclude /gcse1/infor . When
> looking through the logs, it appears that files were transferred
> within the /gcse1/infor tree after all.
> I naturally assumed that I followed documentation and examples
> well enough, but obviously not.
> Secondly, I am receiving an error 28 (ENOSPC) on the transfer of a
> large file. I make sure the destination file system is double what
> the source for the possibility of needing to keep copies of both
> during transfer, but I assumed --delete-before would help me avoid
> BTW, the rsync version I am using on both ends is rsync version
> 3.0.9 protocol version 30 on AIX 5.3.
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