On Thursday 03 February 2011 09:06:16 Martin (KDE) wrote:
I think the first step will be to run the rsync command locally,
ssh and use the NFS share as destination with an ordinary user (i.e.
anne). If this is working you can try to invoke ssh (if necessary).
This is basically how I've tried to do it - I got rid of everything except
this line -
rsync --exclude-from=/home/anne/bup-data_exclude.txt -auvzr /home/anne/*
I don't think it comes much simpler than that, but I still hit the problem of
freezing, and so far nothing has given me a clue what's causing it.
I run this as anne - both when I run it in the script, and when testing by
simply running it in konsole. I own the directories to which it needs to
write. Yesterday I carefully changed everything in the backup back from being
owned by nobody to being owned by me. I still see all the chgrp "operation
not permitted" messages, but now it doesn't show me any files at all - it
looks as though it stops earlier than it did.
Time to reboot, since neither konsole nor file managers (or kwrite/kdate) are
available to me.
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