Joel.Saunders at rfsuny.org
Tue Oct 13 15:25:29 EDT 2009
I ran the debug but with a list option vs. the update option... It still
sat there for 20 min and in the end put nothing in the log.
Here's the stats that you were asking for:
#files : > 79,000 (some going back to 1/04)
Size : over 9.4 gb
I imagine that this is the real issue.... Need to discuss purging with
the users, I guess.
Would like a --verbose option to see what it's doing at all times,
though. Also, if I can't reduce the files right away, it would be good
to be able to up the timeout in some fashion.
Thanks for the assistance...
From: Joe Orton [mailto:joe at manyfish.co.uk]
Sent: Tuesday, October 13, 2009 8:32 AM
To: Saunders, Joel
Cc: sitecopy at lists.manyfish.co.uk
Subject: Re: Sitecopy questions
On Tue, Oct 13, 2009 at 07:49:04AM -0400, Saunders, Joel wrote:
> I use sitecopy to post reports to an Oracle Portal Web Server using
> webdav. I have two issues and maybe a question or so.
> 1) Every time that I run sitecopy, it takes 20 minutes before anything
> happens (good or bad). Is this a feature or is there something that
> can be done?
How big is your site (size of files, number of files), and what is your
rcfile entry for the site in question?
> 2) Occasionally, (like last night!) it aborts (after 20 minutes
> again), with the message: "sitecopy: Error: The connection timed out."
This sounds like a server issue.
$ sitecopy --debug=http --logfile=/tmp/debug.log --update yoursite
and then send in /tmp/debug.log.
> The error return code is a 2, which by reading the docs, seems
> login issue. In fact the userid and password it's using is valid
> because I can log into the portal with it. I ran it four more times
> (without changing anything!) and it finally ran without any issues
> I'm using sitecopy 0.16.3: FTP WebDAV rsh/rcp sftp/ssh,
> Unix platform.
> From the web site, it looks like the current version available
> Version: 0.16.6.
> How do I go about getting the latest version?
How did you obtain your current build? You can compile 0.16.6 from
source, download it from http://www.manyfish.co.uk/sitecopy/
More information about the sitecopy