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rsync w/o daemon
Authored by: copelanduk on Oct 31, '02 11:46:35PM
Ok I just ran: rsync -rptvlWe ssh --delete --progress --stats ~/rsynctest.txt server:~/ And this is what I see:
rsync: building file list... rsync: 1 files to consider. rsynctest.txt 6947 100% 0.00kB/s 0:00:00 Number of files: 1 Number of files transferred: 1 Total file size: 6947 bytes Total transferred file size: 6947 bytes Literal data: 6947 bytes Matched data: 0 bytes File list size: 32 Total bytes written: 7035 Total bytes read: 36 wrote 7035 bytes read 36 bytes 744.32 bytes/sec total size is 6947 speedup is 0.98
My file is fine on the server. Which leads me to believe that the output you saw was from a file with a resource fork. I see only one "100%", you had two, so I guess your file is copied and then replaced by its resource. Try creating a new text file from the CLI: touch ~/rsynctest2.txt then add some text to the file with vi/pico (or TextEdit.app) or just type: cat ~/Sites/index.html >> ~/rsynctest2.txt and run the rsync command again but with rsynctest2.txt. If it works then I guess it was a resource issue, and you'll have to use RsyncX and be careful about what you use rsync on. If the command still doesn't work with the plain text file, you might have a problem with the server (what OS is it running?) or conflicts between rsync versions etc.

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rsync w/o daemon
Authored by: themax on Nov 04, '02 10:28:42AM

Ok the solution was that I only had RSYNC on my Jaguar box and RSYNCX on my 10.1.5 box. Now that I have RSYNCX on both I'm fine.

Thanks for the advice.!!!!!!



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rsync w/o daemon
Authored by: themax on Nov 04, '02 10:33:18AM

Ok the solution was that I only had RSYNC on my Jaguar box and RSYNCX on my 10.1.5 box. Now that I have RSYNCX on both I'm fine.

Thanks for the advice.!!!!!!



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