Recent content by Marko Polo

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    cifs client and ssh for original asuswrt

    Just in time. I sold this router more than year ago, lol
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    Dropbox WAITING status

    What Windows Dropbox client have with this problem? I don't have Windows Dropbox at all.
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    Dropbox WAITING status

    Nobody knows how to reset Smartsync status from cmd/ssh? It is very annoying to do this manually.
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    WebDAV client?

    Cool. Tell us about your experiences. Whether you were successful or not.
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    Dropbox WAITING status

    What kind of?
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    Dropbox WAITING status

    Nobody faced this?
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    Dropbox WAITING status

    Bump
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    Dropbox WAITING status

    I suppose all of you saw this, when the status of Dropbox sync is WAITING. Waiting for what? Why? It happens often for no particular reason. Was anybody able to handle this and to re-initiate the synchronization? In such I cases I do following: enter pass for AsusCloud storage and press Apply...
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    smbd_accept_connection: sys_fork() failed: Cannot allocate memory

    I also read this. But shouldn't be rsync using memory of caller's system (where command was initiated) presumably? On the source system (=router) it should be using only SSD caches, no? I run it NOT in daemon mode.
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    smbd_accept_connection: sys_fork() failed: Cannot allocate memory

    So why simple rsync causes this RAM shortage? This is not huge amount of data. Moreover, the rsync command is started on remote PC side, not on router.
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    smbd_accept_connection: sys_fork() failed: Cannot allocate memory

    Bump! Merlin, maybe you say smth? Seems to be a bug in firmware
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    smbd_accept_connection: sys_fork() failed: Cannot allocate memory

    21 Files in 24 Folders. Total space 58Gb
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    smbd_accept_connection: sys_fork() failed: Cannot allocate memory

    When using this rsync command rsync -r --progress --inplace --rsh='ssh -p29' [email protected]:/mnt/data/backup/folder /media/BACKUP/folder I get this error in log: Jul 27 15:48:37 smbd[698]: [2018/07/27 15:48:37.403236, 0] smbd/server.c:572(smbd_accept_connection) Jul 27 15:48:37 smbd[698]...
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    Rsync backup server

    Thanks, that helped.
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    Rsync backup server

    Okay, thanks. I was able to run rsync smoothly, but I it shows no progress on it. I use this command: rsync -e --progress --inplace --rsh='ssh -p29' fold [email protected]:/mnt/data/backup/folder Maybe with daemon it will run properly? Also they say daemon is more efficient on big data which...
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