[TriLUG] rsync connections
rasch at raschnet.com
Sun Jan 4 17:15:48 EST 2004
On Sun, 2004-01-04 at 17:01, Turnpike Man wrote:
> To answer both questions... to Chris, I can ssh between the machines. They are
> both on my internal network, so I'm not going across a public network. To
> Mark, I just don't even know which way to go. The man page was a bit confusing
> to me about how the connections are made. I guess I need to know how to get
> the connection. Which is better, trust or ssh? which is easier? I have about
> 20GB of data or less I'll be dealing with.
With one colon ":" in the path, you're defaulting to "rsh" as your
transport which probably is (wisely) disabled. You'll might add "-e
ssh" to your command line right after "rsync" to use ssh as the
transport. Or, you could setup an rsync server using (x)inetd and use
double-colon "::" paths.
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