samba-bugs | 31 Jan 15:32 2015
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[Bug 11086] New: rsync --delete has stopped to delete destination files that don't exist at the source

https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=11086

            Bug ID: 11086
           Summary: rsync --delete has stopped to delete destination files
                    that don't exist at the source
           Product: rsync
           Version: 3.1.1
          Hardware: x64
                OS: Linux
            Status: NEW
          Severity: major
          Priority: P5
         Component: core
          Assignee: wayned <at> samba.org
          Reporter: luminarior <at> gmail.com
        QA Contact: rsync-qa <at> samba.org

I have a system Linux root partition wich I backup to another disk
periodically. I use the following script for that action:

#!/bin/bash
NICE=15
PH="/mnt/b"
cd /

nice -n $NICE rm -v /root/.xsession-errors
nice -n $NICE rm -v /root/dead.letter

nice -n $NICE /usr/bin/rsync -avhHxq --progress --stats --force --delete
--delete-before --log-file='/var/log/backup2diskrsync.log'
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Johan Kröckel | 29 Jan 00:41 2015
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Re: rsync to multiple destinations

I am looking for a way to start one rsync command with multiple destinations.
My use case:
I have one (slow) usb drive which should be synced to two other
harddrives. It would be great if rsync could read one file which is to
be copied to both hard drives only once, so the slow usb connection is
used more efficiently.

Any idea or is this a wishlist "bug"?

Thanks
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Nestor | 27 Jan 09:05 2015

.Net implementation of rsync client

Hello, I’m developing an rsync implentation with C#.NET and I’m trying to connect to the rsync daemon in a linux server. I need the specification of rsync daemon to make an structured requests with rsync protocol with a specific module and path.

 

Thank you,

Nestor

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samba-bugs | 27 Jan 00:06 2015
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[Bug 11075] New: Shouldn't --inplace fail immediately if it can't make files?

https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=11075

            Bug ID: 11075
           Summary: Shouldn't --inplace fail immediately if it can't make
                    files?
           Product: rsync
           Version: 3.1.0
          Hardware: All
                OS: All
            Status: NEW
          Severity: normal
          Priority: P5
         Component: core
          Assignee: wayned <at> samba.org
          Reporter: rlpowell <at> digitalkingdom.org
        QA Contact: rsync-qa <at> samba.org

20GiB file transfer with --inplace fails, consistently, *after* the transfer is
complete:

rlpowell <at> ip-10-0-1-16> rsync -aPv --inplace
~/scratch/acs_dump_70_immuneatlas.acs
10.0.11.249:/data/cytobank/acs_dump_70_immuneatlas.acs
sending incremental file list
acs_dump_70_immuneatlas.acs
 20,465,505,293 100%   60.10MB/s    0:05:24 (xfr#1, to-chk=0/1)
rsync: open "/data/cytobank/acs_dump_70_immuneatlas.acs" failed: Permission
denied (13)

sent 20,470,501,873 bytes  received 127 bytes  62,889,407.07 bytes/sec
total size is 20,465,505,293  speedup is 1.00
rsync error: some files/attrs were not transferred (see previous errors) (code
23) at main.c(1165) [sender=3.1.0]
rlpowell <at> ip-10-0-1-16> 

The file it's saying it can't open doesn't exist at all, and rsync can't, in
fact, create a file there.

So what was it doing for that 5 minutes?  Where did the 20GiB of data *go*?

I would expect --inplace to immediately try to make the file, and immediately
fail.

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samba-bugs | 22 Jan 15:38 2015
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[Bug 11067] New: add --min-depth and --max-depth options

https://bugzilla.samba.org/show_bug.cgi?id=11067

            Bug ID: 11067
           Summary: add --min-depth and --max-depth options
           Product: rsync
           Version: 3.1.1
          Hardware: All
                OS: All
            Status: NEW
          Severity: enhancement
          Priority: P5
         Component: core
          Assignee: wayned <at> samba.org
          Reporter: chip <at> innovates.com
        QA Contact: rsync-qa <at> samba.org

As file systems are getting bigger and bigger, into the multiple petabyte scale
rsync is not scaling well, but is still the tool of choice when migrating
filesystems from one storage vender to another.

Adding --min-depth and --max-depth options to control what directory depth
rsync will operate on would allow better targeted rsync processes.

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cdlscpmv | 21 Jan 21:12 2015
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Batch mode and remote host problem

Hello, everyone!

It seems that I've encountered a bug in rsync (or maybe it is just
a feature?). When I run rsync on my machine with --only-write-batch and
--delete options, rsync actually deletes files on my remote machine (connected
via ssh). When I do the same thing with a local directory instead of the remote
host, deletion doesn't occur. Version of rsync is 3.1.1.

Such behavior seems inconsistent to me. What do you think?
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Gilbert (Gang) Chen | 20 Jan 19:32 2015

open source rsync client side library

Hi, there,

     We are the developer of Acrosync, a cross-platform rsync client for Windows/Mac/iOS that is independent of the open source rsync project.  Recently we decided to release the source code of our library under the Reciprocal Public License: https://github.com/gilbertchen/acrosync-library

    Hope this library would be of interest to some of you.

Thanks,
The Acrosync Team
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Robert DuToit | 16 Jan 15:41 2015
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wrong transfer of app packages using --backup

Dear All,

I have been seeing some strange behavior using rsync 3.1.1 on OSX with the 3 standard patches applied when
using the --backup and --backup-Dir options.

This works as expected on 3.0.9, moving any files on dest that are not on source to the backup folder. If no
changes then the backup folder is not even created.

-aHAXN --fileflags --force-change --protect-decmpfs —delete --backup --backup-dir=BL_Archive
--stats —progress -vvv

on 3.1.1 , where dest and source are already  in sync, any apps and rtfd files (both are “packages” of
other files) on the dest are replicated in the backup folder. They aren’t removed from the dest. They
have a cross through them (corrupted) and I noticed that not all the files within these corrupted apps are
present, mostly nib files, frameworks etc..

Anyone else experience this?

I ran with verbose but the only references to the backup folder are setting uids on that backup folder. It is
created early on in the output.

Created backup_dir BL_Archive/
set uid of BL_Archive/testfolder from 0 to 501
set uid of BL_Archive/testfolder/AppKiDo.app from 0 to 501
set uid of BL_Archive/testfolder/AppKiDo.app/Contents from 0 to 501
set uid of BL_Archive/testfolder/AppKiDo.app/Contents/MacOS from 0 to 501

Thanks,  Rob

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Clint Olsen | 10 Jan 03:42 2015
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Link-dest thinks file is newly created, but it isn't

Hi:


I've been using rsync for a couple years now. Unfortunately, I've made some changes on both ends, so it's unclear what could be the culprit. I make extensive use of --link-dest to provide a cheap "Time Machine"-like backup for a Windows machine.

Source: Windows 7 running Cygwin (CYGWIN_NT-6.1 sith 1.7.33-2(0.280/5/3) 2014-11-13 15:47 x86_64 Cygwin)
Destination: Synology 1512+ (Linux NAS 3.2.40 #5021 SMP Wed Dec 17 18:30:52 CST 2014 x86_64 GNU/Linux synology_cedarview_1512+)

When I run with a command like the following:

/usr/bin/rsync -avz --itemize-changes --dry-run --no-o --no-g --no-p --exclude-from=/cygdrive/c/Users/clint/.rsync/exclude --delete --delete-excluded --link-dest=../latest /cygdrive/c/Users/clint /cygdrive/c/Users/nancy rsync <at> nas::NetBackup/sith/2015-01-09T11_58_16


Rsync comes back and tells me this:

<f+++++++++ nancy/Documents/SCRAPPING/Digital/Club Scrap/0313BookshelvesCSD/0313BookshelvesCSD.zip


However, the file is clearly there. Here's a bit of history of the file (with inodes listed):


301113395 -rwx------ 329 rsync users 205949262 Jun 26 2013 2014-12-29T02_00_02/nancy/Documents/SCRAPPING/Digital/Club Scrap/0313BookshelvesCSD/0313BookshelvesCSD.zip

44883985 -rwx------ 1 rsync users 205949262 Jun 26 2013 2015-01-05T10_17_47/nancy/Documents/SCRAPPING/Digital/Club Scrap/0313BookshelvesCSD/0313BookshelvesCSD.zip

24985621 -rwx------ 1 rsync users 205949262 Jun 26 2013 2015-01-06T02_00_02/nancy/Documents/SCRAPPING/Digital/Club Scrap/0313BookshelvesCSD/0313BookshelvesCSD.zip

13205531 -rwx------ 1 rsync users 205949262 Jun 26 2013 2015-01-07T02_00_01/nancy/Documents/SCRAPPING/Digital/Club Scrap/0313BookshelvesCSD/0313BookshelvesCSD.zip

56131615 -rwx------ 1 rsync users 205949262 Jun 26 2013 2015-01-08T02_00_02/nancy/Documents/SCRAPPING/Digital/Club Scrap/0313BookshelvesCSD/0313BookshelvesCSD.zip

30498850 -rwx------ 1 rsync users 205949262 Jun 26 2013 2015-01-09T02_00_02/nancy/Documents/SCRAPPING/Digital/Club Scrap/0313BookshelvesCSD/0313BookshelvesCSD.zip

30498850 -rwx------ 1 rsync users 205949262 Jun 26 2013 latest/nancy/Documents/SCRAPPING/Digital/Club Scrap/0313BookshelvesCSD/0313BookshelvesCSD.zip

I'm really perplexed as to how rsync thinks this file is new. The checksums seem to match as well.


Thanks,


-Clint

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Aaron Davies | 9 Jan 22:44 2015
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"failed to modify permissions on" due to ignoring ACLs

If a directory in the target is 555 but has an ACL that allows it to be modified by the current user (e.g. under
AFS ACLs it is owned by the current user and thus always has an implicit "a" ACL), rsync will still throw a
"failed to modify permissions on" for it. It would be nice if rsync could take ACLs into account during that step.
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Harry Putnam | 9 Jan 02:23 2015

binaries built from git vs from nightly tarball

My setup:
Running Openindiana build 151_a9  (a branch of solaris)
Just curious about 2 things from recently building rsync from sources.

Git repo build of rsync
-rwxr-xr-x 1 harry nfsu  848164 2014-12-26 09:17 [..]/rsync

git-repo build shows this:

  [path]/rsync --version..rsync  version 3.1.2dev  protocol version 31

-------       -------       ---=---       -------       ------- 

Nightly tarball build 
-rwxr-xr-x 1 harry nfsu 1116028 2015-01-08 11:54 [...]/rsync

The nightly tarball build produces a significatnly bigger binary.

Only error in the nightly build:
 make
 [...]

 Copying srcdir rsync.1
 cp: cannot stat `./rsync.1': No such file or directory
 make: [man-copy] Error 1 (ignored)
 Copying srcdir rsyncd.conf.5
 cp: cannot stat `./rsyncd.conf.5': No such file or directory
 make: [man-copy] Error 1 (ignored)

And yet when I try to get the version of the nightly build like:

  /path/rsync --version
I get this mess:

  ld.so.1: rsync: fatal: libiconv.so.2: open failed: No such file or directory
  Killed

-------       -------       ---=---       -------       -------

So the git repo builds and works. The nightly tarball does not.

Can anyone say why?

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