TAG: rsync

Backup How would you like to backup your Linux and Windows machines? There's a huge amount of available backupsoftware. Which one fits best? Well, that depends. I prefer it simple and I want full control. No proprietary fileformats, no packed archives, no tapes and no clumsy , , ,
CentOS mirror Create your own local CentOS mirror. See the following documentation: * <http://www.centos.org/modules/tinycontent/index.php?id=22> * <http://www.centos.org/modules/tinycontent/index.php?id=31> Pick a suitable mirror to use, then rsync. What we are going to do: * create a mirror of the CentOS 5 release * architecture x86_64 only #!/bin/bash rsync="/usr/bin/rsync -aqHz --delete --delay-updates --bwlimit=256" mirror=rsync://centos.intergenia.de/centos-linux/ ver=5 … ,
rsync Home of rsync is <http://rsync.samba.org> Example script using rsync to sync some directories from given remote host to the local system: #!/bin/bash # # 2008-02-10/TB # REMOTE= declare -a SOURCEDIR SOURCEDIR=" /etc/vsftpd.conf /var/www/ /root/scripts/ /home/admin/" LOG=/rs.log # to avoid a dry-run comment out the following line: DRY=--dry-run # reset or create the logfile (zero bytes): > $LOG for i in ${QUELLDIR[*]}; do echo -e "$i\n" >> $LOG rsync -av… , ,
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