Re: rsync error: Error in socket IO(code 10) at clientserver.c(122) - Tools

This is a discussion on Re: rsync error: Error in socket IO(code 10) at clientserver.c(122) - Tools ; On Mon, 2008-10-13 at 11:51 -0400, Naveen Sajjan wrote: > I am using cwrsync ver 2.1.5 over SSH to connect to > myproj@sourceforge.net and facing some problems and not sure how to go > about it. Below is the full ...

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  1. Re: rsync error: Error in socket IO(code 10) at clientserver.c(122)

    On Mon, 2008-10-13 at 11:51 -0400, Naveen Sajjan wrote:
    > I am using cwrsync ver 2.1.5 over SSH to connect to
    > myproj@sourceforge.net and facing some problems and not sure how to go
    > about it. Below is the full text of the result when I run the batch
    > file. Was wondering if anyone has seen any similar issue. Any
    > thoughts/help is much appreciated.
    > ------------------------------------------------
    >
    > Tunnel: ssh
    > Command to run: "C:\Program Files\cwRsync\bin\rsync.exe"
    > -av /cygdrive/c/backup/
    > rsync://SvcwRsync@localhost:9119/cvsroot/myproject
    > Tunnel command: ssh -i "E:\BTP\PuTTY\myPrivateKey_SSH2DSA.ppk" -L
    > 9119:127.0.0.1:873 SvcwRsync@myProject.cvs.sourceforge.net -T -N
    > Establishing secure channel ...
    > The authenticity of host 'myProject.cvs.sourceforge.net
    > (216.34.181.109)' can't be established.
    > RSA key fingerprint is
    > dc:a3:df:84:00:c6:65:b4:93:a6:2e:22:b1:d1:91:b8.
    > Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)? rsync: failed
    > to connect
    > to localhost: Connection refused (111)
    > rsync error: error in socket IO (code 10) at clientserver.c(122)
    > [sender=3.0.4]
    > Terminating secure channel ...
    > ------------------------------------------------


    It looks like the ssh host key check is interfering with the creation of
    the tunnel. If you ssh to SvcwRsync@myProject.cvs.sourceforge.net once
    manually and accept the host key warning, you should then be able to use
    the batch file.

    Matt

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  2. Re: rsync error: Error in socket IO(code 10) at clientserver.c(122)

    Naveen, please CC rsync@lists.samba.org so that others can help you and
    your messages are archived for others' future benefit.

    On Mon, 2008-10-13 at 15:47 -0400, Naveen Sajjan wrote:
    > I just used the rsync -av hostname and I was able to connect.
    > hmm...Didn't seem to use SSH.


    I guess that means an SSH tunnel is not required to access the rsync
    daemon holding the CVS repositories. You could continue using the
    SSH-less command that worked, or you could use the SSH tunnel anyway if
    you wish to have your data protected in transit.

    > I am very new to this so please bear with me. Could you please tell me
    > how to manully do the ssh? Would that be using putty?


    Just run the "Tunnel command" shown by the batch file and kill it with
    Ctrl-C once it connects successfully:

    ssh -i "E:\BTP\PuTTY\myPrivateKey_SSH2DSA.ppk" -L 9119:127.0.0.1:873
    SvcwRsync@myProject.cvs.sourceforge.net -T -N

    Matt

    > On Mon, Oct 13, 2008 at 1:30 PM, Matt McCutchen
    > wrote:
    >
    > On Mon, 2008-10-13 at 11:51 -0400, Naveen Sajjan wrote:
    > > I am using cwrsync ver 2.1.5 over SSH to connect to
    > > myproj@sourceforge.net and facing some problems and not sure

    > how to go
    > > about it. Below is the full text of the result when I run

    > the batch
    > > file. Was wondering if anyone has seen any similar issue.

    > Any
    > > thoughts/help is much appreciated.
    > > ------------------------------------------------
    > >
    > > Tunnel: ssh
    > > Command to run: "C:\Program Files\cwRsync\bin\rsync.exe"
    > > -av /cygdrive/c/backup/
    > > rsync://SvcwRsync@localhost:9119/cvsroot/myproject
    > > Tunnel command: ssh -i "E:\BTP\PuTTY

    > \myPrivateKey_SSH2DSA.ppk" -L
    > > 9119:127.0.0.1:873 SvcwRsync@myProject.cvs.sourceforge.net

    > -T -N
    > > Establishing secure channel ...
    > > The authenticity of host 'myProject.cvs.sourceforge.net
    > > (216.34.181.109)' can't be established.
    > > RSA key fingerprint is
    > > dc:a3:df:84:00:c6:65:b4:93:a6:2e:22:b1:d1:91:b8.
    > > Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?

    > rsync: failed
    > > to connect
    > > to localhost: Connection refused (111)
    > > rsync error: error in socket IO (code 10) at

    > clientserver.c(122)
    > > [sender=3.0.4]
    > > Terminating secure channel ...
    > > ------------------------------------------------

    >
    >
    > It looks like the ssh host key check is interfering with the
    > creation of
    > the tunnel. If you ssh to
    > SvcwRsync@myProject.cvs.sourceforge.net once
    > manually and accept the host key warning, you should then be
    > able to use
    > the batch file.



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