Thanks, Jack. The config files that I am using are rsyncd.conf and
rsyncd.scrt in /etc. I played around with adding hosts and services files
in /etc to no avail. The article was helpful for installing, thanks, but
doesn't cover running in daemon mode. This 2003 article from MC Press
Except for the RPM install, I believe I am doing what the author does in
the article. He doesn't mention anything in terms of config files beyond
the rsyncd.* files in/etc. As for software, we recently upgraded our
hardware and are at the latest cume.
date: Sat, 8 Mar 2014 04:47:19 -0500
from: Jack Kingsley
subject: Re: [WEB400] Rsync daemon in PASE
Blake, found this link, name lookup failed sounds like a DNS or host name
problem possibly. I had not heard of rsync, I am going to read up more
Also, are you current on groups and cume ptfs.
On Fri, Mar 7, 2014 at 5:04 PM, <BButterworth@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Has anyone had success getting the rsync daemon to work in 7.1? I haveanother
installed version 3.1.0-1 from Michael Perzl's website, along with popt
1.16-1 (dependency). I would like to configure it to run as a daemon to
synchronize files for our website from a development machine to the IFS.
The rsync executable runs fine to sync files from one directory to
in the IFS (for example), but it fails when started as a daemon/server.to
When I check, nothing is running on the default port 873.
rsync --daemon --log-file=/tmp/rsync.log
2014/03/07 15:49:50  name lookup failed for : Address family not
2014/03/07 15:49:50  connect from UNKNOWN ()
2014/03/07 15:49:50  rsync: safe_write failed to write 14 bytes
socket [Receiver]: No such device (19)
2014/03/07 15:49:50  rsync error: error in rsync protocol data
stream (code 12) at io.c(337) [Receiver=3.1.0]
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