Most often, when we use Rsync to transfer large number of data in Cpanel, it may lead us to an error.
As part of our Server Management Service, we facilitate our patrons with several cPanel queries.
Today, let us see how our techs go about this issue.
Rsync to transfer large number of files in Cpanel
When we use rsync to transfer an history with a large number of enters, it can cause rsync to flunk mid-transfer as rsync by default and uses incremental transpose to transfer the files.
Moving ahead, let us see how our Support Techs resolve this issue.
The steps we use to correct this issue is as follows 😛 TAGEND
Initially, when we run rsync, we must specify the flag -no-i-r.
We will see an example of the rsync command using the flag below.
After that, we can “push files” to a server from the current server we are logged into.
To do so, we use the following command 😛 TAGEND rsync –no-i-r -avzP
Similarly, we “pull files” from a remote server to the server we are now working on using the following command 😛 TAGEND rsync –no-i-r -avzP
In the beginning, rsync will take time as it gets the full list of folders. Nonetheless, it will allow rsync to run successfully.
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In short-lived, we discovered rsync can cause an error when we use it to transfer an history. Today, we saw how our Support Techs play-act this without causing the error.
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