|Bash scripting rsync: rsync: link_stat (blah) failed: No such file or directory (2)|
| by Hai Nguyen in Network & Servers|
I am trying to write a simple bash script for my local (Mac OS X)
machine to move files from a directory on my machine to a remote machine.
This line is failing:
rsync --verbose --progress --stats
--recursive --times --perms --links
--exclude "*bak" --exclude "*~"
|Rsync error. Could not start Rsync service on Local Computer|
| by China in Operating Systems|
I am facing a problem:
Could not start Rsync service on Local
Error 1069: The service did not start due to a logon
Can some body please help me on this?
Thanks in advance.
|Looking for cross-platform rsync-like functionality in python, such as rsync.py|
| by Luxembourg in Development Tools & Services|
I am implementing backup scripts in python. I'm trying to keep things
cross platform. I hear there is a python based rsync impelmentation:
But I can't seem to
find it anywhere. All of the download links I find are dead. Does anyone
know where I could find the rsync.py program?
At the moment I
am using unison for Windows but I
|Rsync cronjob that will only run if rsync isn't already running|
| by znotdead in Web Design|
I have checked for a solution here but cannot seem to find one. I am
dealing with a very slow wan connection about 300kb/sec. For my downloads I
am using a remote box, and then I am downloading them to my house. I am
trying to run a cronjob that will rsync two directories on my remote and
local server every hour. I got everything working but if there is a lot of
data to transfer the rsyncs o
|Rsync over SHH - timeout in ssh or rsync?|
| by MJRider in Web Design|
I'm dealing with a crappy ISP that resets my WAN connection at random
points while my script is running. I want the transfer to survive this
reset and go on. I manually launch this script vs using cron / launchd
I have a fairly basic script as shown below:
rsync -rltv --progress --partial -e "ssh -i <key> -o
ConnectTimeout=300" <remotedir> <l
|Rsync help :|
| by nipplefish in Operating Systems|
Alright SoF, this is a little hard to explain, but i'll try my
I have 2 identical drives. Let's call "S:" for source
and "D:" for destination
S: is the drive i keep all my files in
(images, music, videos, documents, etc), and D: is a backup HD i (manually)
back up every Sunday night.
What i'd like to do is, backup S:
into D:, with a few rules.
|Deploy with GIT and RSYNC|
| by crazy2383 in Programming Languages|
I have a question about GIT and RSYNC because I use these two commands
for make a deploy but I want upload my files to a FTP server (production)
of the files that I have in my master branch only!! (This is my
I create a new branch and I make
changes in different files of this branch.
In this moment other people
of my team did changes and he did a pus
|alternatives to rsync?|
| by asid in Web Design|
I'm trying to script a backup system for several servers, some Windows,
some Linux. I'd love to be able to use rsync but I can't (at least not in
all situations, since some servers I can't install rsync to, and some are
I've tested with wget in FTP mode with the
"timestamping" option, and it seems to work pretty well regardless of
platform. Are there other options that
|Any analog of rsync for Ant?|
| by JSebok in Programming Languages|
I need some analog of
rsync for ant. The issue is to copy
files from source directory to the set of subdirectories that was
previously accomplished with script
--ignore-existing $BASE_DIR/common/config/* $BASE_DIR/config
Thanks for any help
|How fast is rsync?|
| by ugufugu in Network & Servers|
Anyone ever transferred large files with it?
What is the
main advantage over ftp and other methods?