when i use this command
rsync username@servername::
i got this :
rsync : failed to connect to servername : connection refused(111)
rsync error : error in socket IO (code 10) at /home/lapo/packaging/tmp/rsync-2.6.9/clientserver.c (104) [receiver=2.6.9]
2008/7/31 fatima ech-charif <echchariffatima@gmail.com>
this my file of configuration rsyncd.conf:
i open directory /etc in linux and i edit this file "rsyncd.conf"
#gid =user
max connections = 0
# transfer logging = true
log format = %h %o %f %l %b
log file = /var/log/rsyncd.log
path = /home
read only = no
uid = root
gid = nogroup
list = yes
auth users = backuppc
secrets file = /etc/rsyncd.secrets

2008/7/29 Jean-Michel Beuken <jean-michel.beuken@uclouvain.be>

>> If rsyncd is configured properly and running, you should be able to
>> issue this command to get a list of modules offered by the rsyncd server:
>> rsync username@servername::  (yes, 2 colons)
> This assumes that you have set "list = true" for each of the modules
> in the rsyncd.conf on the source server.
I think it is the default (see man page) because without the line "list
= true" in the rsyncd.conf,  I can list the modules...


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