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Apr
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accepted SSD read errors; should I be worried?
Apr
6
comment SSD read errors; should I be worried?
Kernel is Linux 3.5.0-26-generic on x64. Disk is ADATA ASP600S3-64GM-C, SATA III. Mainboard is MSI 970A-G46, that has AMD chipsets, not sure how to tell which SATA chipset specifically. Other disks are working fine.
Apr
6
asked SSD read errors; should I be worried?
Dec
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Apr
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awarded  Scholar
Apr
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accepted Backup to NFS with different user IDs
Apr
26
comment Backup to NFS with different user IDs
K, got it working. Had to set uid/gid in rsyncd.conf to a user allowed to change the ownership of the copied files.
Apr
26
comment Backup to NFS with different user IDs
Thanks for the tip! I had no idea rsync had a daemon mode. However, after setting it up, it doesn't seem to be keeping the UID/GID, just resetting them all to my own.
Apr
26
comment Backup to NFS with different user IDs
Yes, it's using no_root_squash and I have root on both machines.
Apr
25
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Apr
25
comment Backup to NFS with different user IDs
The trouble is, rsync stores the ownership information by setting the owner/group of the stored file, and NFS won't let it because the owner it's trying to set doesn't exist on the server. This is with or without --numeric-ids. And I need to preserve that information.
Apr
25
asked Backup to NFS with different user IDs
Mar
28
answered Rsync fails to backup some files, giving error 22