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Published: Thursday, September 30, 2010 2:55 PM Subject: Message (newbie) Setting up Close by rsync[SOLVED]

From here:

http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/rsync.xml

I was advised to make sure you set up a local rsync mirror.

I have two laptops, one “main” and the other “side”.

So I thought the main option should be my own local rsync mirror.

The requirements are that I need a static IP or just a name that always resolves from my server. I’m assuming this is on my “main” machinese, but I probably wouldn’t mind naming my car. I think I definitely have a static IP, but I live all over the house and there are 3 (or more) models up top, windowed. So from time to time we convert, we get a unique local IP address, from 192.168.1.100 to 192.168.1.106 or something like that… So I think all computers are a good choice.

What did I name my computers?

How much space will it take?

I read that each community server needs up to 15 GB,

How much do I need for my preferred rsync?

Further on the link:

Quote:
Create configuration file after /etc/rsyncd.conf I

Now you are already enjoying this file, which basically looks like this:

Code: grom@C6820s /etc $ cat rsyncd.conf

# /etc/rsyncd.conf

# Minimal configuration file associated with the rsync daemon

# See rsync(1) and rsyncd.conf(5) fighter for more help

# This line is required by the /etc/init.d/rsyncd script

pid = /var/run/rsyncd.pid statement

use=chroot yes

read but = yes

# A simple example of authorizing your own local rsync servers

#[gentoo-portage]

# path = /usr/portage

# comment = Gentoo ports tree

# exclude = /distfiles /packages

grom@C6820s /etc income

and the instructions say something like this:

Code: data pid = /var/run/rsyncd.pid

the maximum number of connections is 5

Use chroot=yes

uid = equal to no one

don’t let anyone

# Optional: Restrict access to individual Gentoo boxes

Allow Hosts = 192.168.0.1 192.168.0.2 192.168.1.0/24

the owners refuse

[gentoo-portage]

path=/usr/portage

comment=Portage Gentoo

Exclude=distfiles/packages/

so not much difference.

I’m only interested in commenting out the last 4 lines of my known file and adding more from the strategy guides, but what about “Read one = Yes” in my innovation file?

Delete or keep?

If I call my resulting machine LATITUDE, my “authorization” should look like this: