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Description of problem:
I have a script to compare files across netgroups of systems,
essentially. When my script compares a system's directory to a remote
directory, it does the following:
rdist -t 120 -M 4 -P /usr/bin/ssh -v -R -f -
ssh other-box -l root rdistd -S
This has worked fine for years, until I installed a recent rdist
update. If I run this against systems with rdist-6.1.5-30 installed,
it works fine, if I try running it against the same box, or against
another box with rdist-6.1.5-34.30.1, I get massive spewage of the
source-box: target-box: REMOTE
7 -> libclntsh.so.8.0: symlink failed: File exists
If I initiate this from a 6.1.5-34.30.1 to a 6.1.5-30 it works fine,
it's only when the target is also -34 that it generates this.
Any idea what's going on?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.ssh other-box -l root rdistd -S
2.rdist -t 120 -M 4 -P /usr/bin/ssh -v -R -f -
Actual Results: Generates a lot of noise.
Expected Results: It should quietly report as normal.
*** Bug 123931 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Updated and fixed packages have been scheduled for the Red Hat
Enterprise Linux 3 Quarterly Update.
Read ya, Phil