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Re: [rdiff-backup-users] Stale NFS file handle error with unfsd and symb
Re: [rdiff-backup-users] Stale NFS file handle error with unfsd and symbolic file
Sat, 28 Jul 2007 13:03:17 -0400
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Toshiyuki Ishimura wrote:
> I try to run rsync as follows,
> local:~$ rsync -a -x --delete hoge/ mnt
> There is no errors, and local files are completely copied to the remote.
Were you running as root?
Also, can you run rsync again, but with "-v -v" to increase verbosity to
level 2? I am interested in the rsync logs at that level.
Actually, I'm not sure if unfsd supports the lchown() call. I can't find
any reference to it in the unfsd sources. Perhaps the kernel-mode NFS
daemon supports lchown(), which is why you have not seen this problem in
rsync runs some checks to see if it is even necessary to call lchown()
on a file before doing so, whereas rdiff-backup always calls it while
setting attributes. That could be why rsync avoids hitting this issue.
Andrew Ferguson - address@hidden