I'm noticing a strange issue where rsync isn't transferring large (approx >3GB) files. I'm running MSYS rsync and I'm transferring on my LAN from my Windows box to my Linux based NAS over ssh. Most of the files transfer without issue, but with large files I see the file name on the destination, but it is listed as 0KB in size and the files won't open.
I don't see any errors when I enable verbose output except a note about a couple long file paths for unrelated files. Here's my command (added line breaks for legibility):
rsync -avv -e 'ssh' --hard-links --inplace --no-inc-recursive --modify-window=2 --delete --delete-excluded --exclude=".svn*" "/d/All Files" user@local_ip:"/mnt/All Files"
Has anyone seen something like this before? What can I do to debug this?
Here's the verbose output from rsync for the transfer with
--stats enabled. The file "Uncompressed 1080 vs 720.avi" is the problem file. It is almost 7GB. The strange thing to me is the negative file size rsync is reporting. What could be causing that?
building file list ... 3 files to consider delta-transmission enabled Uncompressed 1080 24p vs 24pa 29 97.avi is uptodate Uncompressed 1080 vs 720.avi -1546369996 100% 0.00kB/s 0:00:00 (xfer#1, to-check=0/3) total: matches=0 hash_hits=0 false_alarms=0 data=-1546369996 Number of files: 3 Number of files transferred: 1 Total file size: 4868647526 bytes Total transferred file size: 2748597300 bytes Literal data: -1546369996 bytes Matched data: 0 bytes File list size: 124 File list generation time: 0.001 seconds File list transfer time: 0.000 seconds Total bytes sent: 180 Total bytes received: 37 sent 180 bytes received 37 bytes 39.45 bytes/sec total size is 4868647526 speedup is 22436163.71