#1 2020-06-21 05:40:38

sistemi
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Registered: 2017-08-29
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Testing xsidiff in serve client mode

I would like to test it, the examples refer to port 33 which is closed, I have to open adding a firewall service or there is  another pen port that I can use? Esxi 5.5.0

thanks

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#2 2020-06-21 10:54:33

admin
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Re: Testing xsidiff in serve client mode

You can use any port you want, just as long as it's not used by another service.

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#3 2020-06-26 08:10:01

sistemi
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Re: Testing xsidiff in serve client mode

Sorry to bother, i'm resuming tests, there an open port (i suppose) in esxi firewall 427 CIM SLP, soi' trying to use it. I started sxidiff in server mode:
bin/xsidiff --source=xx.xx.xx.xx:427 --target=testfile
Listening socket: IP xx.xx.xx.xx, port 427
Receive buffer size 32768

- First question, how i can stop this, the ctrl-c seems not responding, i have to kill process

Starting client side:

./xsidiff --source=/vmfs/volumes/datastore1/testfile  --target=zz.zz.zz.zz:427
Meta-data available, zero aware copy
Reading from file /vmfs/volumes/datastore1/bkp/zfs1/zfs2-flat.vmdk
Writing to socket, block size 16384
Connected to socket 5
Error writing struct info to SOCKET 5Set input file offset to 0 bytes
Error writing struct offset_out position 0
Error writing struct offset_out position 5242880
Error writing struct offset_out position 115343360
... same errors with different numbers
Error writing struct offset_out position 21473787904
100.00% done
Time taken: 87 seconds
Speed 105.55 mb/s
Overall speed 235.40 mb/s

Destination file is zero byte, what's wrong? How can i test if the ports are reachable on both sides?

Thanks a lot.

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#4 2020-06-26 08:49:55

sistemi
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Re: Testing xsidiff in serve client mode

nevermind, solved opening new port, now testing real speeds...

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