rsync: failed to connect to XXX.XX.X.XXX: No route to host (113)
When trying to use rsync using the rsync protocol (by using the rsync daemon on the target side), I got an error like this::
rsync: failed to connect to XXX.XX.X.XXX: No route to host (113) rsync error: error in socket IO (code 10) at clientserver.c(124) [sender=3.0.6]
The host was reachable and rsync worked fine over ssh. What was happening? The problem is that I forgot to turn off the firewall that was blocking port 873, that the rsync protocol uses.
rsync: recv_generator: mkdir "/foo" (in share) failed: Permission denied (13)
An error like this::
rsync: recv_generator: mkdir "/foo" (in share) failed: Permission denied (13) *** Skipping any contents from this failed directory ***
Probably means that the user that is running the daemon (options
/etc/rsyncd.conf) don't have permissions to write to the area
you specified in the
/etc/rsyncd.conf file. First of all, check the
In my case, I rechecked the permissions different times and they were right.
What was the problem, them? I forgot to add the necessary rules to SELinux
(or disable SELinux at all) so it would allow rsync to write to the area I