Re: W: best way to clone server data using rsync
On Tue, May 01, 2012 at 01:08:14PM +0200, Tuxoholic wrote:
> Here's what I got so far from google research:
> rsync --sockopts=SO_SNDBUF=128000,SO_RCVBUF=128000 -e rsh --archive \
> --recursive --partial --partial-dir=rsync-part --progress --append \
> --files-from=/root/LISTOFFILES.txt --log-file=/root/rsync.log \
> root@myserver:/PATH2myOLDServerPool/* /mnt/Mount2myNewServerPool
You don't need the sockopts. -a includes recursive. You probably
don't want partial or partial-dir. You probably don't want
Having rsh installed is a bad security risk. Install ssh, make
sure you can ssh from this box to myserver as root. Change
-e rsh to -e ssh.
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