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rsync freebsd client, rsync linux server

Many hours to check this script but nothing of good... I've a linux rsync server and with linux client I use: rsync --password-file=/usr/home/user/.rsync.pass --log-file=/var/log/docs.log --progress ...
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Previously-working rsync operation failling in recent Windows 8.1 update showing “error in socket io”

I have been running rsync and rsyncd on my Windows boxes for years and only recently have I had an issue. Apparently, when my Linux and FreeBSD boxes try to sync their data with what's on the Windows ...
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127 views

Rsync Backup from XFS to ZFS

I currently have a backup solution in place that uses rsync to backup all out Linux servers from remote sites, to an XFS drive in our HQ. I am now trying to rsync the folder from the XFS drive in our ...
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1answer
136 views

FreeBSD restore of /rescue

I'm running a restore from a previous backup of my FreeBSD system, and run into trouble when restoring / (excluding mount-points). The problem is that /rescue fills the / partition (to the extent that ...
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executing a command again once it stops (rsync, FreeBSD)

I started doing backups via rsync to a remote server. This works all fine and good but 40 gig take their time and as I get a dynamic IP it gets interrupted every day. So every morning when I wake up I ...
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mysqld - master to slave replication using rsync innodb, sequence number issues

I've read several of the related topics posted here, but I have not been able to avoid this innodb error. The steps I've taken to replicate data from a Slackware server - 5.5.27-log (S) to a FreeBSD ...
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158 views

Debian mirror syncing error

I'm running the Debian mirror syncing tool 'ftpsync' on a FreeBSD 8.2 system. I changed the script a bit only to adapt to the FreeBSD system (e.g., path of bash). And I followed the steps from ...
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137 views

Odd rsync issue - duplicating and uncompressing files

I have two servers: our production web server(freebsd) and a backup server(centos). The production server does mysql database dumps every 3 hours and compresses the dump file using bzip2. So we have a ...
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270 views

FreeBSD Dump with cURL/rsync

I'm trying to create a backup script using FreeBSD's dump to take a snapshot of a filesystem, but instead of storing the snapshot on disk I want to pipe the output from dump into cURL or rsync so its ...
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1answer
629 views

rsync to remote server that does not have the same users setup as local server produces permission error

I'm setting up a backup of my linux-based webserver to a NAS running FreeBSD. I've created a backup user on the FreeBSD box and ran rsync as root on the local (web server) box using the following ...
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ZFS Sync over unreliable, slow WAN. ZFS replication, or rsync?

I've been tasked with making an off-site backup work over the WAN. Both storage boxes are FreeBSD based NAS boxes running ZFS. Once or twice a week, 15-60 gigs of photography data gets dumped to the ...
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803 views

How to use rsync for backing up the entire filesystem – include/exclude rules file

I am trying to set up rsync backup for my FreeBSD servers. I’ve put together an rsync-command that looks like this: rsync -avzhe ssh --progress --delete --delete-excluded \ ...
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rsync over ssh backup failing after relocation of server

I've got two FreeBSD machines set up; one serves video data and the other is the backup for the first. At this point I've got around 4TB of data. I add files to the video server a few at a time, and ...
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Freenas — Choosing the right redundant storage regime (RAID, ZFS, Rsync?)

I've been running a freenas box for a few months as a proof of concept and all seems to be well now reliability wise. So it's time to up the storage capacity and build it into production mode. I was ...