Possible Error in rsync 3.0.9

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Possible Error in rsync 3.0.9

Robert-2
Hi
  I was using rsync with the following options
rsync -aPH --exclude-from=/var/tmp/ignorelist /home/me/ /run/media/me/ADATA\ #2/rsync-me/
and I was creating a copy of a home directory on my Linux machine.  It went along for sometime (some 30,000 files) when it stopped with the following message.
--->
Desktop/OSme/Web-Site-Backups/backup-5.4.2014_15-11-43_linux014.tar.gz
  4288446464  78%   32.15MB/s    0:00:36
rsync: writefd_unbuffered failed to write 4 bytes to socket [sender]: Broken pipe (32)
rsync: connection unexpectedly closed (1964386 bytes received so far) [sender]
rsync error: error in rsync protocol data stream (code 12) at io.c(605) [sender=3.0.9]
[root@puter ~]#
<---
  I suspect, because the 4,288,446,464 is so close to 2^32 that it is 32 bit limit error of some kind.  It happened twice on the same file.  The version I am using is rsync.x86_64 version on Fedora 21.  It appears that although it says it is a 64 bit version something in the code must be limited by 32 bit values.
  I could be off track here but I don't think so.  I do not know how to raise a Possible Bug Report so I post my concerns here.  Thanks...
Robert

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Re: Possible Error in rsync 3.0.9

Kevin Korb
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It actually doesn't matter if rsync was compiled 32bit or 64bit.  The
check is: rsync --version | grep 64-bit.files

Of course that only means rsync can handle large files.  The OS or
filesystem can still fail.  Essentially, rsync's receiver thread
crashed and the sender thread has no idea why it just knows it stopped
talking.

Might have to resort to running strace on the receiver thread to see
what happens when it breaks.

On 03/04/2015 11:06 PM, Robert wrote:
> Hi I was using rsync with the following options rsync -aPH
> --exclude-from=/var/tmp/ignorelist /home/me/ /run/media/me/ADATA\
> #2/rsync-me/ and I was creating a copy of a home directory on my
> Linux machine.  It went along for sometime (some 30,000 files) when
> it stopped with the following message. --->
>
> Desktop/OSme/Web-Site-Backups/backup-5.4.2014_15-11-43_linux014.tar.gz
>
>
4288446464  78%   32.15MB/s    0:00:36

> rsync: writefd_unbuffered failed to write 4 bytes to socket
> [sender]: Broken pipe (32) rsync: connection unexpectedly closed
> (1964386 bytes received so far) [sender] rsync error: error in
> rsync protocol data stream (code 12) at io.c(605) [sender=3.0.9]
> [root@puter ~]#
>
> <--- I suspect, because the 4,288,446,464 is so close to 2^32 that
> it is 32 bit limit error of some kind.  It happened twice on the
> same file.  The version I am using is rsync.x86_64 version on
> Fedora 21.  It appears that although it says it is a 64 bit version
> something in the code must be limited by 32 bit values. I could be
> off track here but I don't think so.  I do not know how to raise a
> Possible Bug Report so I post my concerns here.  Thanks... Robert
>
>

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