This is a discussion on Forcing a transfer to be one-way from the daemon side? - Tools ; Hello all, I'm trying to set up a secure way to back up a system as root, with rsync (assume we don't want to kill the bandwidth and want a "snapshot" system for developers in a way that makes dump, ...
I'm trying to set up a secure way to back up a system as root, with rsync
(assume we don't want to kill the bandwidth and want a "snapshot" system
for developers in a way that makes dump, tar, etc impractical.
We've got an ssh key relationship set up and we can force the command to
be rsync --daemon.
The problem here is that while this is not only good for backups, it also
means that anyone (which is still a trusted two people) can transfer a
file IN as root, which moots the whole forced command thing and such.
Is there a simple filter syntax or command switch that says "let them
transfer anything down, but not up?" I didn't find anything in the man
pages, and the filters didn't seem to be for this kind of thing.
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