peter at placidpublishing.net
Mon Jan 22 21:14:58 UTC 2007
Peter Pluta wrote:
> I have a win2k3 server running as my rsync server. I also have a
> freebsd web server being the rsync client. A shell script runs every
> night at 5am (it's below).
> Shell script:
> . `dirname $0`/settings.inc
> if [ "$TERM" ]; then verbose=-v; fi
> rsync $verbose -azR --delete-after /usr/local/etc/ $destination
> rsync $verbose -azR --delete-after /usr/local/lib/sasl2/ $destination
> rsync $verbose -azR --delete-after /var/cron/ $destination
> rsync $verbose -azR --delete-after /root/ $destination
> rsync $verbose -azR --delete-after /etc/ $destination
> rsync $verbose -azR --delete-after --exclude httpd-*.log $wwwDir/
> After it runs for 5 minutes it throws this:
> rsync: writefd_unbuffered failed to write 16385 bytes [sender]: Broken
> pipe (32)
> rsync: read error: Connection reset by peer (54)
> rsync error: error in rsync protocol data stream (code 12) at
> io.c(613) [sender=2.6.9]
> Dmesg on the box only shows this:
> em0: promiscuous mode enabled
> em0: promiscuous mode disabled
> But that is probably pretty old.
> What can the problem be? backups are really important to me and they
> don't currently work as the transfer times out after the first few files.
> Anyone got an idea? Any feedback or suggestions would be greatly
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