NethServer Version: 7.9
My main Neth system is in a Contabo VPS, and I have a local Neth VM set up as a hotsync target. At some point last night, my local VM went wonky, so I restored it from its backup from the night before. Hotsync will fill in any discrepancies, right?
Wrong. I restored the local VM, logged in as root, and ran
yum upgrade (since I hadn’t installed updates in a while). Now I’m getting this email every 15 minutes from my main system:
hotsync error: rsync returned 2. rsync output: ERROR: rejecting excluded file-list name: var/lib/nethserver/backup rsync error: protocol incompatibility (code 2) at flist.c(907) [receiver=3.1.2] rsync error: protocol incompatibility (code 2) at io.c(1640) [generator=3.1.2]
signal-event nethserver-hotsync-update on both systems. Here’s the output of
config show hotsync on the master:
[root@neth ~]# config show hotsync hotsync=configuration MasterHost= SlaveHost=192.168.1.82 SlavePort=273 databases=enabled role=master status=enabled
…and on the slave:
hotsync=configuration MasterHost=192.168.3.100 SlaveHost= SlavePort=273 databases=enabled role=slave status=enabled
rpm -q returns the same version on both systems:
[root@neth ~]# rpm -q nethserver-hotsync nethserver-hotsync-2.2.4-1.ns7.noarch
Not sure what to check from here–any ideas?