Rsync is a wonderful little utility that's amazingly easy to set up on your machines. Rather than have a scripted FTP session, or some other form of file transfer script -- rsync copies only the diffs of files that have actually changed, compressed and through ssh if you want to for security. That's a mouthful -- but what it means is:
- Diffs - Only actual changed pieces of files are transferred, rather than the whole file. This makes updates faster, especially over slower links like modems. FTP would transfer the entire file, even if only one byte changed.
- Compression - The tiny pieces of diffs are then compressed on the fly, further saving you file transfer time and reducing the load on the network.
- Secure Shell - The security concious of you out there would like this, and you should all be using it. The stream from rsync is passed through the ssh protocol to encrypt your session instead of rsh, which is also an option (and required if you don't use ssh - enable it in your /etc/inet.d and restart your inet daemon if you disabled it for security).
Rsync is rather versatile as a backup/mirroring tool, offering many features above and beyond the above. I personally use it to synchronize Website trees from staging to production servers and to backup key areas of the filesystems both automatically through cron and by a CGI script. Here are some other key features of rsync:
- Support for copying links, devices, owners, groups and permissions
- Exclude and exclude-from options similar to GNU tar
- A CVS exclude mode for ignoring the same files that CVS would ignore
- Does not require root privileges
- Pipelining of file transfers to minimize latency costs
- Support for anonymous or authenticated rsync servers (ideal for mirroring)
You must set up one machine or another of a pair to be an "rsync server" by running rsync in a daemon mode ("rsync --daemon" at the commandline) and setting up a short, easy configuration file (/etc/rsyncd.conf). Below I'll detail a sample configuration file. The options are readily understood, few in number -- yet quite powerful.
Any number of machines with rsync installed may then synchronize to and/or from the machine running the rsync daemon. You can use this to make backups, mirror filesystems, distribute files or any number of similar operations. Through the use of the "rsync algorithm" which transfers only the diffs between files (similar to a patch file) and then compressing them -- you are left with a very efficient system.
For those of you new to secure shell ("ssh" for short), you should be using it! There's a very useful and quite thourough Getting Started with SSH document available. You may also want to visit the Secure Shell Web Site. Or, just hit the Master FTP Site in Finland and snag it for yourself. It provides a secure, encrypted "pipe" for your network traffic. You should be using it instead of telnet, rsh or rlogin and use the replacement "scp" command instead of "rcp."
You must set up a configuration file on the machine meant to be the server and run the rsync binary in daemon mode. Even your rsync client machines can run rsync in daemon mode for two-way transfers. You can do this automatically for each connection via the inet daemon or at the commandline in standalone mode to leave it running in the background for often repeated rsyncs. I personally use it in standalone mode, like Apache. I have a crontab entry that synchronizes a Web site directory hourly. Plus there is a CGI script that folks fire off frequently during the day for immediate updating of content. This is a lot of rsync calls! If you start off the rsync daemon through your inet daemon, then you incur much more overhead with each rsync call. You basically restart the rsync daemon for every connection your server machine gets! It's the same reasoning as starting Apache in standalone mode rather than through the inet daemon. It's quicker and more efficient to start rsync in standalone mode if you anticipate a lot of rsync traffic. Otherwise, for the occasional transfer follow the procedure to fire off rsync via the inet daemon. This way the rsync daemon, as small as it is, doesn't sit in memory if you only use it once a day or whatever. Your call.
Below is a sample rsync configuration file. It is placed in your /etc directory as rsyncd.conf.
motd file = /etc/rsyncd.motd log file = /var/log/rsyncd.log pid file = /var/run/rsyncd.pid lock file = /var/run/rsync.lock [simple_path_name] path = /rsync_files_here comment = My Very Own Rsync Server uid = nobody gid = nobody read only = no list = yes auth users = username secrets file = /etc/rsyncd.scrt Various options that you would modify right from the start are the areas in italics in the sample above. I'll start at the top, line by line, and go through what you should pay attention to. What the sample above does is setup a single "path" for rsync transfers to that machine. Starting at the top are four lines specifying files and their paths for rsync running in daemon mode. The first is a "message of the day" (motd) file like you would use for an FTP server. This file's contents get displayed when clients connect to this machine. Use it as a welcome, warning or simply identification. The next line specifies a log file to send diagnostic and norml run-time messages to. The PID file contains the "process ID" (PID) number of the running rsync daemon. A lock file is used to ensure that things run smoothly. These options are global to the rsync daemon. The next block of lines is specific to a "path" that rsync uses. The options contained therein have effect only within the block (they're local, not global options). Start with the "path" name. It's somewhat confusing that rsync uses the term "path" -- as it's not necessarily a full pathname. It serves as an "rsync area nickname" of sorts. It's a short, easy to remember (and type!) name that you assign to a try filesystem path with all the options you specify. Here are the things you need to set up first and foremost: path - this is the actual filesystem path to where the files are rsync'ed from and/or to. comment - a short, descriptive explanation of what and where the path points to for listings. auth users - you really should put this in to restrict access to only a pre-defined user that you specify in the following secrets file - does not have to be a valid system user. secrets file - the file containing plaintext key/value pairs of usernames and passwords. One thing you should seriously consider is the "hosts allow" and "hosts deny" options for your path. Enter the IPs or hostnames that you wish to specifically allow or deny! If you don't do this, or at least use the "auth users" option, then basically that area of your filesystem is wide open to the world by anyone using rsync! Something I seriously think you should avoid... Check the rsyncd.conf man page with "man rsyncd.conf" and read it very carefully where security options are concerned. You don't want just anyone to come in and rsync up an empty directory with the "--delete" option, now do you? The other options are all explained in the man page for rsyncd.conf. Basically, the above options specify that the files are chmod'ed to uid/gid, the filesystem path is read/write and that the rsync path shows up in rsync listings. The rsync secrets file I keep in /etc/ along with the configuration and motd files, and I prefix them with "rsyncd." to keep them together.
Now on to actually using, or initiating an rsync transfer with rsync itself. It's the same binary as the daemon, just without the "--daemon" flag. It's simplicity is a virtue. I'll start with a commandline that I use in a script to synchronize a Web tree below.
rsync --verbose --progress --stats --compress --rsh=/usr/local/bin/ssh \ --recursive --times --perms --links --delete \ --exclude "*bak" --exclude "*~" \ /www/* webserver:simple_path_name Let's go through it one line at a time. The first line calls rsync itself and specifies the options "verbose," progress" and "stats" so that you can see what's going on this first time around. The "compress" and "rsh" options specify that you want your stream compressed and to send it through ssh (remember from above?) for security's sake. The next line specifies how rsync itself operates on your files. You're telling rsync here to go through your source pathname recursively with "recursive" and to preserve the file timestamps and permissions with "times" and "perms." Copy symbolic links with "links" and delete things from the remote rsync server that are also deleted locally with "delete." Now we have a line where there's quite a bit of power and flexibility. You can specify GNU tar-like include and exclude patterns here. In this example, I'm telling rsync to ignore some backup files that are common in this Web tree ("*.bak" and "*~" files). You can put whatever you want to match here, suited to your specific needs. You can leave this line out and rsync will copy all your files as they are locally to the remote machine. Depends on what you want. Finally, the line that specifies the source pathname, the remote rsync machine and rsync "path." The first part "/www/*" specifies where on my local filesytem I want rsync to grab the files from for transmission to the remote rsync server. The next word, "webserver" should be the DNS name or IP address of your rsync server. It can be "w.x.y.z" or "rsync.mydomain.com" or even just "webserver" if you have a nickname defined in your /etc/hosts file, as I do here. The single colon specifies that you want the whole mess sent through your ssh tunnel, as opposed to the regular rsh tunnel. This is an important point to pay attention to! If you use two colons, then despite the specification of ssh on the commandline previously, you'll still go through rsh. Ooops. The last "www" in that line is the rsync "path" that you set up on the server as in the sample above. Yes, that's it! If you run the above command on your local rsync client, then you will transfer the entire "/www/*" tree to the remote "webserver" machine except backup files, preserving file timestamps and permissions -- compressed and secure -- with visual feedback on what's happening. Note that in the above example, I used GNU style long options so that you can see what the commandline is all about. You can also use abbreviations, single letters -- to do the same thing. Try running rsync with the "--help" option alone and you can see what syntax and options are available.
NAME rsync - a fast, versatile, remote (and local) file-copying tool SYNOPSIS Local: rsync [OPTION...] SRC... [DEST] Access via remote shell: Pull: rsync [OPTION...] [[email protected]]HOST:SRC... [DEST] Push: rsync [OPTION...] SRC... [[email protected]]HOST:DEST Access via rsync daemon: Pull: rsync [OPTION...] [[email protected]]HOST::SRC... [DEST] rsync [OPTION...] rsync://[[email protected]]HOST[:PORT]/SRC... [DEST] Push: rsync [OPTION...] SRC... [[email protected]]HOST::DEST rsync [OPTION...] SRC... rsync://[[email protected]]HOST[:PORT]/DEST Usages with just one SRC arg and no DEST arg will list the source files instead of copying.
172.26.101.133（服务端） <= 172.26.101.140（客户端拉取）
从上面的man可以看到： 如果是local没什么好讲的， 如果是Access via remote shell，就是在src机器上执行rsync命令push或者dest机器上执行rsync命令pull，所以不存在服务端的概念； 如果是Access via rsync daemon就需要引入服务端守护进程的概念，然后client端就可以从服务端pull或者push到服务端； 下面是采用 Access via rsync daemon ------------------------------------------------------------------------- --- 服务端 ------------------------------------------------------------------------- # yum install rsync # rpm -qc rsync /etc/rsyncd.conf /etc/sysconfig/rsyncd [[email protected] ~]# vim /etc/rsyncd.conf uid = nobody #rsync gid = nobody #rsync use chroot = yes # max connections = 200 # timeout = 600 dont compress = *.gz *.tgz *.zip *.z *.Z *.rpm *.deb *.bz2 pid file = /var/run/rsyncd.pid #motd file=/var/rsync/welcome.msg #lock file = /var/rsync/rsync.lock log file = /var/rsync/rsyncd.log #需要手动创建rsync目录！ secrets file = /etc/rsync.password #port = 873 默认端口 如果服务端制定了，客户端也要指定--port=xxx #fake super = yes #ignore errors #read only = false #list = false [path1] comment = path1 path = /path1 auth users = rsync_backup read only = no list = no hosts allow = 172.26.101.140 hosts deny = * [gitlab_path1] comment = "/opt/gitlab" path = /opt/gitlab auth users = rsync_backup read only = no list = yes hosts allow = 172.26.101.140 hosts deny = * [gitlab_path2] comment = "/var/opt/gitlab" path = /var/opt/gitlab auth users = rsync_backup read only = no list = yes hosts allow = 172.26.101.140 hosts deny = * [gitlab_path3] comment = "/etc/gitlab" path = /etc/gitlab auth users = rsync_backup read only = no list = yes hosts allow = 172.26.101.140 hosts deny = * [gitlab_path1] comment = "/var/log/gitlab" path = /var/log/gitlab auth users = rsync_backup read only = no list = yes hosts allow = 172.26.101.140 hosts deny = * #useradd -M -s /sbin/nologin rsync mkdir /backup chown -R rsync.rsync /backup/ echo "rsync_backup:1" >/etc/rsync.password 密码设置为1 chmod 600 /etc/rsync.password #管理服务 方法一： #启动服务 rsync --daemon --config=/etc/rsyncd.conf #停止服务 for bash compatible back-tick expression: kill -9 `cat /var/run/rsyncd.pid` else cat /var/run/rsyncd.pid | xargs kill -9 记得重启需要删除pid文件： rm /var/run/rsyncd.pid 方法二： 关闭selinux再使用systemctl，不然会出现后面的permission错误 systemctl start rsyncd systemctl enable rsyncd ------------------------------------------------------------------------- --- 客户端 ------------------------------------------------------------------------- # yum install rsync ##客户端推送到服务端 rsync -avz /anything [email protected]::test ##客户端从服务端拉取 rsync -avz [email protected]::gitlab_path /opt/gitlab 免密模式： echo "1" >/etc/rsync.password chmod 600 /etc/rsync.password rsync -avz [email protected]::gitlab_path /opt/gitlab --password-file=/etc/rsync.password 或者 export RSYNC_PASSWORD=1 设置RSYNC_PASSWORD环境变量=1 这里的1是密码，密码要和服务端的一致 https://www.cnblogs.com/zeq912/p/9593931.html 定时任务rsync.sh： #vim /etc/rc.d/init.d/rsync.sh vim /home/rsync.h: pull sample: rsync -avz --delete [email protected]_server::backup /opt --password-file=/etc/rsync.password >/dev/null 2>&1 push sample: rsync -vrtL --delete --progress /opt/* [email protected]_server::backup --password-file=/etc/rsync.password -v参数表示显示输出结果，r表示保持属性，t表示保持时间，L表示软link视作普通文件, --delete有时候也很重要，参考troubleshooting的例子 chmod 755 rsync.sh echo "00 3 * * * root /home/rsync.sh" >> /etc/crontab #则每天凌晨3点运行同步。 or crontab -e * * * * * /home/rsync.sh 每分钟执行一次同步脚本； 0 * * * * /home/rsync.sh 每小时执行一次同步脚本； 0 0 * * * /home/rsync.sh 每天零点执行一次同步脚本； 0 9,18 * * * /home/rsync.sh 每天的9AM和6PM执行一次同步脚本； https://www.cnblogs.com/xiaozi/p/11018496.html https://www.oschina.net/question/12_7446 安全性测试/匿名访问 列举整个同步目录或指定目录： rsync 10.0.0.12:: rsync 10.0.0.12::www / 下载文件或目录到本地： rsync – avz 10.0.0.12::WWW/ /var/tmp rsync – avz 10.0.0.12::www/ /var/tmp 上传本地文件到服务端： rsync -avz webshell 10.0.0.12::WWW /
?rsync failed to connect to no route to host (113)
netstat -anp|grep "rsync" firewall-cmd --permanent --add-port=873/tcp firewall-cmd --reload
?rsync: opendir "." (in gitlab_path2) failed: Permission denied (13)
具体错误信息： # rsync -avz --delete [email protected]::gitlab_path2 /var/opt/gitlab --password-file=/etc/rsync.password receiving incremental file list rsync: opendir "." (in gitlab_path2) failed: Permission denied (13) IO error encountered -- skipping file deletion sent 20 bytes received 114 bytes 268.00 bytes/sec total size is 0 speedup is 0.00 rsync error: some files/attrs were not transferred (see previous errors) (code 23) at main.c(1651) [generator=3.1.2] 解决方法： 服务端不要用 systemctl start rsync， 换用 [[email protected] test]# rsync --daemon --config=/etc/rsyncd.conf [[email protected] test]# netstat -anp | grep :973 tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:973 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN 1597/rsync tcp6 0 0 :::973 :::* LISTEN 1597/rsync [[email protected] test]# firewall-cmd --permanent --add-port=973/tcp success [[email protected] test]# firewall-cmd --reload [[email protected] test]# find / -name rsync /etc/selinux/targeted/active/modules/100/rsync /usr/bin/rsync /opt/gitlab/embedded/bin/rsync 但是实际上我发现不是端口问题，换回873也是成功的； 然后再看systemctl的rsync服务脚本，发现跟我手动rsync --daemon并没有区别？？ [[email protected] test]# find / -name rsyncd.service /usr/lib/systemd/system/rsyncd.service [[email protected] test]# vim /usr/lib/systemd/system/rsyncd.service [Unit] Description=fast remote file copy program daemon ConditionPathExists=/etc/rsyncd.conf [Service] EnvironmentFile=/etc/sysconfig/rsyncd ExecStart=/usr/bin/rsync --daemon --no-detach "$OPTIONS" [Install] WantedBy=multi-user.target 发现原因： 最后发现实际上我虽然systemctl方式启动rsyncd成功，但是查看status会有个错误信息： # systemctl status rsyncd rsync: failed to open log-file /var/rsync/rsyncd.log: Permission denied (13) 再搜索 https://stackoverflow.com/questions/52176871/rsync-daemon-and-permissions 发现是selinux问题！ # ls -Z /usr/bin/rsync -rwxr-xr-x. root root system_u:object_r:rsync_exec_t:s0 /usr/bin/rsync # ps auxZ | grep -v grep | grep rsync system_u:system_r:rsync_t:s0 root 30320 0.0 0.0 114848 1216 ? Ss 14:12 0:00 /usr/bin/rsync --daemon --no-detach chcon -R -t public_content_t /var/rsync/ 没用！以为是改成public类型就可以但是没用，这个需要再研究，而且想到实际上同步文件的时候rsync_exec_t也没有那些配置的文件path的权限，所以也是有问题 临时解决方法：改变rsync的type chcon -t bin_t /usr/bin/rsync 但是此方法有被重新标记的风险，永久办法为使用semanage 具体参考《linux/selinux》
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# rsync -avz [email protected]::gitlab_path2 /var/opt/gitlab --password-file=/etc/rsync.password receiving incremental file list postgresql/data/pg_wal/ postgresql/data/pg_wal/000000010000000000000002 rsync: write failed on "/var/opt/gitlab/postgresql/data/pg_wal/000000010000000000000002": No space left on device (28) rsync error: error in file IO (code 11) at receiver.c(393) [receiver=3.1.2] 居然报磁盘空间不够，但是这台destination除了备份并没有做其他事情，按道理文件应该跟source完全一样才对，查下是哪个文件出问题了 # df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on devtmpfs 7.8G 0 7.8G 0% /dev tmpfs 7.8G 0 7.8G 0% /dev/shm tmpfs 7.8G 41M 7.8G 1% /run tmpfs 7.8G 0 7.8G 0% /sys/fs/cgroup /dev/mapper/rhel-root 148G 4.6G 144G 4% / /dev/sda1 473M 164M 309M 35% /boot /dev/mapper/rhel-var 19G 19G 13M 100% /var /dev/mapper/rhel-home 19G 250M 19G 2% /home tmpfs 1.6G 0 1.6G 0% /run/user/0 可以看到/是足够的，/var满了，他们是挂载到不同的路径， 再看下我的饿备份脚本 # cat test_rsync.sh rsync -avz [email protected]::gitlab_path1 /opt/gitlab --password-file=/etc/rsync.password >/dev/null 2>&1 rsync -avz [email protected]::gitlab_path2 /var/opt/gitlab --password-file=/etc/rsync.password >/dev/null 2>&1 rsync -avz [email protected]::gitlab_path3 /etc/gitlab --password-file=/etc/rsync.password >/dev/null 2>&1 rsync -avz [email protected]::gitlab_path4 /var/log/gitlab --password-file=/etc/rsync.password >/dev/null 2>&1 rsync -avz [email protected]::gitlab_path5 /run/gitlab --password-file=/etc/rsync.password >/dev/null 2>&1 rsync -avz [email protected]::gitlab_path6 /etc/ssh --password-file=/etc/rsync.password >/dev/null 2>&1 可以看到往/var里面写东西的有两个 /var/log/gitlab和/var/opt/gitlab [[email protected] ~]# du -sh /var/* 0 /var/adm 515M /var/cache 0 /var/crash 8.0K /var/db 95M /var/lib 37M /var/log 18G /var/opt 36K /var/spool 可以看到就是/var/opt的问题 # du -sh /var/opt/gitlab/* ....... 114M /var/opt/gitlab/postgresql 18G /var/opt/gitlab/prometheus .... 可以看到问题出在 /var/opt/gitlab/prometheus [[email protected] ~]# du -sh /var/opt/gitlab/prometheus/* 18G /var/opt/gitlab/prometheus/data 8.0K /var/opt/gitlab/prometheus/prometheus.yml 24K /var/opt/gitlab/prometheus/rules 看下到底里面是什么 ls /var/opt/gitlab/prometheus/data/ 对比下source机器，然后看到明显destination机器多出了很多文件， 突然想到这个负责监控的prometheus数据是同步删除的 In the simple example above, if there are files in the target destination that are not present at the source, they will be left alone and not touched. Sometimes you want to the target destination to become an exact copy of the source, aka "a mirror". To do that you want files on the target destination side to be deleted if they do not exist at the source. To do this you simply add the --delete option to rsync. rsync -aZP --delete /source/dir/to/copy /target/dir/