Am 31.01.2011 11:15, schrieb Anne Wilson:
On Sunday 30 January 2011 17:44:43 Martin (KDE) wrote:
> Am Sonntag, 30. Januar 2011 schrieb Anne Wilson:
>> On Sunday 30 January 2011 15:44:33 Martin (KDE) wrote:
>>> Am Sonntag, 30. Januar 2011 schrieb Anne Wilson:
> What about a real backup software like i.e. rdiff-backup (rsync like)
> or others?
They tend to have a mirror-like effect. The directory structure is mirrored.
>> That's why keychain is used. It passes the passwords, but in an
>> encrypted form.
> OK, I took a look in the net about keychain.
> So I don't understand why this will prevent your kde-apps from
> running. Do they use keychain as well (fish or similar)? may be the
> keychain get brocken or "shutdown"?
Exactly. It seems that it is causing disk sleep which is blocking other parts
of kde from running.
> I guess a rsync without ssh works as expected did it?
Inside a single computer, yes, but you need ssh to do it across the lan.
Have you tested this without keychain or witch keychain disabled? Is it
necessarry to run this in the background? I do sync at login and logout
(syncing home directory from/to server). But I must confess that I don't
have my sessions running for days. I logoff at least once a day.
> I do similar stuff for backup, but with rdiff-backup. but the problem
> with the key will be the same.
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