We are running R1Soft as our backup software for last 4 months. We have converted almost all of our servers into R1Soft. But we still have couple of very old server (Aging 4 years) who are using Rsync. We have recently moved our backup server and found that changing the SSH port for the backup server was necessary. By default, rsync command won’t work with custom SSH port as it assume the SSH port is set to 22. To use a custom port you need to use the attribute ‘-e’. Here is an example of using Rsync with Custom SSH port 2287:
rsync -vrplogDtH -e “ssh -p 2287” /home firstname.lastname@example.org:/backup/
Just posted it thinking it might be useful for some users 🙂
I have always been a fan of facebook. I got some photography habit and uses facebook to communicate with my photography friends. But recently I was thinking to start social networking with Mellowhost customers. It has never been such interactive like twitter while you are planning to communicate with your customers. The 140 character blog posts, in other word a twitter status really makes a better communication than facebook wall. IMO, the less configuration, approval headache are making the twitter better place to share status. If you haven’t join with me yet, you can follow me here: http://www.twitter.com/mellowhost
Welcome to Mellowhost Informal Blog. It was in my idea all the time to start something going to let our clients know what is going inside Mellowhost. How we operate this company and what are we planning to innovate next. Mellowhost has started his Journey in the Winter of December 2006. To tell you guys the truth, we have always been going on a conventional way of hosting. According to my personal believe, other than our top class support experience and server performance, there wasn’t anything innovative added till December 2009. We have been launching different innovative ideas since last december and plan to implement it more all through 2010.
Thanks for being with Mellowhost for so long and wait!! more to come 🙂