Script on sending end is as follows:
#!/bin/sh #Variables bigdata=vid-zfs-live/bigdata today=`gdate +%m-%d-%y` yesterday=`gdate -d'yesterday' +%m-%d-%y` #Actions zfs snapshot -r "$bigdata"@"$today" zfs send -i "$bigdata"@"$yesterday" "$bigdata"@"$today" | nc -w 700 192.168.10.11 8024
Cron entry on sending end is as follows:
30 0 * * * /scripts/zfssendBigData.sh > /tmp/cron1.log
Script on receiving end is as follows:
#!/bin/sh /usr/bin/nc -l -p 8024 | zfs receive -F vid-zfs-bak/bigdata
Cron entry on receiving end is as follows:
29 0 * * * /scripts/zfsreceiveBigData.sh > /tmp/cron2.log
cron1.log and cron2.log are both empty.
mailx on the receiving end shows:
Your "cron" job on atm-frontend-02 /scripts/zfsreceiveBigData.sh produced the following output: nc: -w has no effect with -l cannot receive: failed to read from stream
Things Worth Noting:
The snapshot portion works fine, the snapshots are created. So I know the script is running. It's specifically the send/receive that isn't working.
I tried using absolute paths to all the programs like /usr/bin/nc, /usr/sbin/zfs, etc.
I verified the clocks on both systems are within 10 seconds of each other.
Both systems Solaris 11.3