[Dirvish] dirvish - solaris / linux

Marc Davis marc.davis at drake.edu
Wed Sep 23 16:03:10 UTC 2009


Oh, I'm sorry.

The solaris box will be a client.  
On the backup server (linux), rsync identifies itself as "2.6.9 protocol version 29" and dirvish is "1.2"




Marc Davis 
Systems Associate 
Cowles Library, Drake University 
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Des Moines, IA 50311  USA 
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Jason Boxman" <jasonb at edseek.com>
To: "Dirvish user and developer mailing list" <dirvish at dirvish.org>
Sent: Wednesday, September 23, 2009 9:23:31 AM GMT -06:00 US/Canada Central
Subject: Re: [Dirvish] dirvish - solaris / linux

Marc Davis wrote:
<snip>
> Is there anything I particularly need to be aware of when backing up 
> solaris to a linux box?
> 
> What about versions of rsync? 
> 
> Installing dirvish on solaris?

I haven't seen Solaris since about 2005, so I am sure someone will 
correct me if I am mistaken.

You'll need to install Dirvish by hand, which is as I recall pretty 
easy.  You'll need to install a couple of dependencies, too, using 
Perl's CPAN.  (From the package HOWTO file)

# perl -mCPAN -e install [module]

Time::ParseDate
Time::Period

Possibly POSIX Perl module if Solaris 10 doesn't have that.

You'll probably want to run

# perl -v && rsync --version

...

Although if you want this to be a Dirvish client, you just need rsync on 
the Solaris box and you're done I believe.

Was this going to be a client or a server?

I'd make sure you've got OpenSSH installed on the Solaris 10 box.  (I 
remember building it by hand on 8.)

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