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Hi List,

I'm observing a strange problem on 2.6.9 (no opportunity to upgrade on =
both ends yet).=20
Receiver is linux, sender is cygwin.

I transferred a 6GB file (an MS SQL .bak file) physically from one site =
to the other, in order to get the first "backup" done.

In the meantime, the sender generated a new file, which I know for a =
fact to be very similar to the manually transferred version.

I'm trying to rsync the new file with:
rsync -av --delete --omit-dir-times --chmod=3Dugo=3DrwX -b =
--backup-dir=3Dbackup --progress -e "bin\ssh -l user" =
--files-from=3Dtemplist "/cygdrive/D/" 217.xxx.xxx.xxx::SQL

The problem is that the file, backup.bak is being transferred from =
scratch... several hours at the max bandwidth (with no speedup).
I cannot complete the transfer like this, but never in 4 hours did the =
transfer speed exceed physical network upload limit.

The file is indeed the same one, since it is not being deleted, and in =
the directory i get:

-rwx------ 1 user users 6351191494 2008-05-06 19:30 backup.bak*
-rwx------ 1 root root 493617152 2008-05-07 12:31 =
..backup.bak.2UIWpi*


Anyone got a clue to what might lead to this?

Thanks
Julian




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Hi List,

 

I'm observing a strange problem =
on 2.6.9 (no=20
opportunity to upgrade on both ends yet).

Receiver is linux, sender is =
cygwin.

 

I transferred a 6GB file (an MS SQL =
..bak file)=20
physically from one site to the other, in order to get the first =
"backup"=20
done.

 

In the meantime, the sender generated =
a new file,=20
which I know for a fact to be very similar to the manually =
transferred=20
version.

 

I'm trying to rsync the new file=20
with:

rsync -av --delete --omit-dir-times=20
--chmod=3Dugo=3DrwX -b --backup-dir=3Dbackup --progress -e =
"bin\ssh -l=20
user" --files-from=3Dtemplist "/cygdrive/D/"=20
217.xxx.xxx.xxx::SQL

 

The problem is that the file, =
backup.bak is being=20
transferred from scratch... several hours at the max bandwidth (with no=20
speedup).

I cannot complete the transfer like =
this, but=20
never in 4 hours did the transfer speed exceed physical network =
upload=20
limit.

 

The file is indeed the same one, =
since it is=20
not being deleted, and in the directory i get:

 

-rwx------ 1 user=20
users 6351191494  2008-05-06 19:30 backup.bak*
-rwx------ 1 =

root root     493617152 2008-05-07 12:31=20
..backup.bak.2UIWpi*

 

 

Anyone got a clue to what might lead =
to=20
this?

 

Thanks

Julian




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