rsync filter parameter in rsyncd.conf file
kmk at sanitarium.net
Wed Oct 8 21:52:50 MDT 2014
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OK, I will admit that I am not that knowledgeable about rsyncd. I
have been moving TBs of data through rsync since 2001 and I have never
found a reason to run rsyncd.
That being said, try...
I have not actually tried this myself so I might be completely wrong.
On 10/08/2014 11:47 PM, Romel Khan wrote:
> "filter/include/exclude in rsyncd.conf only controls what files on
> the server a client can access": OK say I want to do that and only
> allow access to file called temp1 on the server. What do I need to
> enter in the config file? The following does not seem to do
> anything: include = temp1 filter = - *
> On Wed, Oct 8, 2014 at 10:29 PM, Kevin Korb <kmk at sanitarium.net
> <mailto:kmk at sanitarium.net>> wrote:
> The server has no idea what file the client is sending it (even if
> it did the client would be free to lie). The server only knows
> what file the client is asking to change/create/delete on the
> You can certainly confine the client to the /n2p/cfg directory
> through rsyncd.conf or rrsync but you can't really control what the
> client intends to put there.
> filter/include/exclude in rsyncd.conf only controls what files on
> the server a client can access.
> On 10/08/2014 10:15 PM, Romel Khan wrote:
>> I would like to push a file, /home/cfg/temp, from client to a
>> server with rsync in daemon mode to /n2p/cfg directory. How
>> should I set the filter/include/exclude parameters on the server
>> side rsyncd.conf file so server will disallow receiving any files
>> from the client other than /home/cfg/temp?
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