On Monday 31 January 2011 14:21:32 Richard wrote:
On Mon, Jan 31, 2011 at 12:28:04PM +0000, Anne Wilson wrote:
> On Monday 31 January 2011 11:39:55 Martin (KDE) wrote:
> > Ane, cann you run "lsof | grep pid-of-rsync" if it hangs (where
> > pid-of-rsync is the pid of a rsync process of course)? This command
> > will give you all files rsync tries to attach (at the time you run
> > lsof). If there are more rsync processes, try grep -E
> > "(pid1|pid2|pid3)" instead of the simple grep.
> I seem to be getting the syntax wrong:
> lsof | grep -E (3180|3181|3183)
> bash: syntax error near unexpected token `('
not sure if you tried this or took my previous example literally..
$pid was meant to be replaced by the actual PID of rsync. Did realise
too late that my example was very confusing.
ps axf|grep rsync
take the PID from it and do
No problem - I did realise that.
This command gives me three separate pids, the same three as I listed in the
command. Each of those pids lists a whole set of files that it has,
presumably, compared when compiling the file list for transfer. They all
appear to have the same file list. All of them end with
and finally, after everything else.
7250 pts/2 S+ 0:00 \_ grep --color=auto rsync
I don't know what this refers to. I don't see that as a pid in system
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