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From: Rob Baxter <burn@××××××.ca>
To: gentoo-mirrors@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-mirrors] RSync logging weirdness
Date: Wed, 13 Oct 2004 09:58:56
Message-Id: 416CFC6D.7070201@gentoo.ca
In Reply to: [gentoo-mirrors] RSync logging weirdness by Tobias Klausmann
My logs seem to be fine. Though there is a litte oddness to them, being that they report the date 
and time twice, they're not doing the same thing yours are. Though I am using the version of rsyncd 
that is marked stable in portage, and you aren't. tsk, tsk. ;)

Rob

2004/10/10 04:48:05 [26097] 2004/10/10 04:48:05 ?.?.?.? gentoo-portage metadata/timestamp.chk 70
2004/10/10 04:48:06 [26097] wrote 483 bytes  read 226 bytes  total size 32

Tobias Klausmann wrote:
> Hi! > > Today I noticed something strange in my rsync log: the timestamps > seemd out-of-order. By exactly two hours. So I hacked thes rsync > source to include the time zone in the timestamps. And lo and > behold, they are severely fscked (lines truncated for easier reading): > > 2004/10/13 11:06:06-CEST [8470] rsyncd version 2.6.3 starting, ... > 2004/10/13 11:06:16-CEST [8473] rsync on gentoo-portage//metada... > 2004/10/13 09:06:16-UTC [8473] wrote 501 bytes read 192 bytes ... > 2004/10/13 11:06:17-CEST [8474] rsync on gentoo-portage// ... > 2004/10/13 09:06:23-UTC [8474] wrote 2307005 bytes read ... > > Why is this? As far as I can tell, both the wrote... line and the > rsync on... line use the same logging functions. Could someone > take a peek at their logfiles and tell me if I'm the only one > with this problem? > > Greets, > Tobias >
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