Category Archives: rsync

Install and use bbcp on CentOS 7

It is very annoying to move or copy data around, from storage A to storage B, and back sometimes. Specially if it’s like, a few terabytes of data. The default tools under linux are usually command-line, and will depend on … Continue reading

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ssh to docker ‘Permission denied’

I want to ssh to my docker. I know, it’s weird, but I want to. The traditional way to get a bash on my docker docker exec -it mydocker /bin/bash is working, but it’s not the real thing.  I access … Continue reading

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Mount error “no such file or directory” while exporting on CentOS 7

I assume this error is not exclusive of CentOS7 but it’s a general NFS error. I have a CentOS 7 server that I call server, and there, a folder called /folder that I want to make available on the client … Continue reading

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rsync failed to set permissions on : Function not implemented (38)

I’m cleaning up. As a lamer SysAdmin that I am, I have several HDs floating around, each one with a different backup of my systems. I decided to clean up this mess, now that they sell 4 TB portable hard … Continue reading

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