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Re: [opensuse-support] TW 20180731 rsync didn't exit
On Fri, 3 Aug 2018 03:02:58 -0400
Felix Miata <mrmazda@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Felix Miata composed on 2018-08-03 02:30 (UTC-0400):

Sitting on bottom of the screen at least 10 minutes after a <10
minute restore from local HD (sdb) filesystem to a freshly
formatted local HD (sda) filesystem:

...
var/tmp/systmed-private-yjMVq0/
var/yp/
var/yp/nicknames
185 100% 0.21kB/s 0:00:00 (xfr#123808, to-chk=1/157964)
var/yp/binding/

This looks like the end of the run, assuming rsync work in
alphabetical order, as it appeared to be doing.

# ps -A
1209 tty3 00:02:25 rsync
1210 tty3 00:00:04 rsync
1211 tty3 00:00:26 rsync

These have not incremented over time, and rsync does not show up in
top.

# df
...
/dev/sdb9 18155268 5175556 12041732 31% /mnt
/dev/sda11 18155268 5175496 12041792 31% /media/s131

Should I Ctrl-C and assume all is well? If not, then what? Is rsync
known to behave like this?

I waited 40+ minutes without seeing anything change, so hit Ctrl-C,
<UP>, <ENTER>. last line is now stuck on:

var/yp/

/mnt/var/yp/ has a timestamp Sep 28 2015. It's content is an empty
binding directory, and a nicknames file 185 bytes Sep 27 2013.

:-(

In that kind of situation, I often do an strace -p to see what, if
anything, the process is doing.
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