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RE: rsync errors



> >  
> > > Anyone having rsync problems in the last day or two?  
> Nothing on my 
> > > systems have been changed, so it has to be a 
> > > program/kernel/something problem.
> > 
> > Could be a firewall/permissions/crontab change problem.  
> What are you 
> > trying to do and what errors are in your logs?  Can what 
> you're trying 
> > to do be done manually?
> 
> It's a cron job that runs daily and quarterly, but neither 
> work.  All other cron jobs work, so it's not cron, or doesn't 
> seem to be.  If you try to run rsync manually, it just sits 
> there and does nothing, and have to hit Ctrl + C to exit and 
> abort.  I think rsync itself is erroring, just not sure 
> where.  And no it's not a firewall as I don't run one (use a 
> router).  Although, dnsmasq is what I run for local dns and 
> it was updated in the last day or two.  I think I might need 
> to investigate this a little further.
> 
> --
> Mike Chambers
> Madisonville, KY
> 
> "Everything is always harder, before it's easier!

What happens when you add a -v when you run it manually.

	-Mike



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