On Mon 05 May 2008, markcliff@gmail.com wrote:

> Have daemon setup on port 10001.
>
> Do not have NC, do not have root access.
>
> Client command :
>
> rsync -avzul -e "ssh -vvv -l username" /home/users/blah/ rsync://lrem02:10001::/live


Firstly, this syntax is not quite correct, the manpage says:

rsync [OPTION...] SRC... rsync://[USER@]HOST[:PORT]/DEST

That would translate to:

rsync://lrem02:10001/live

i.e. don't confuse the two ways of specifying a daemon transfer
(rsync://host/module and host::module)

Secondly, if you have a daemon on 10001, why are you using ssh?
Alternatively, if you have ssh access, why use a daemon?


> How can i transfer to a non standard SSH daemon port (10001) with non-root and non access to alter the init default files (873).


If you have an _ssh_ daemon on 10001, then use:

rsync -e 'ssh -p 10001' ...

You could also make an entry for the remote host in ~/.ssh/config , like
so:

Host remotehost
Port 10001

That will then be used as the default ssh port for that remotehost.


Paul Slootman
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