Did you mayhaps mean sync?
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“On top of that rsync is a copier on steroids compared to these ones. krechet”
“I suggest you do a search of this forum for posts by Old-Polak and the search term rsync - av”
“On Linux (and OS X, I’m sure), rsync is a good choice.”
“Cool, this sounds ideal, plus lsyncd is sort of a wrapper, or at least a watcher, that calls rsync anytime it sees action in a watched directory.”
“Lsyncd uses inotify to watch a specified directory for any new, edited or removed files or directories, and then calls rsync to take care of business.”
“Now we have is a simple Dropbox style app that is lightweight, with a functional back-end running rsync, which is a known stable app that will scale, and while it doesn't provide the front-end and web view that Dropbox does, that could be an easy part for a UX developer to tackle.”
“For the past several months I've been using my own version of a backup solution, namely rsync, which always felt a little cobbled together.”
“Computing Deltas with Check Sums rsync is an effecient method for synchronizing a set of files over the network. rsync can compute the differences in two file trees effeciently using an ingenious specialized method of using checksumscalled the rsync algortithm.”
“Dan asked for help in cloning a fresh git tree using a protocol such as rsync that supports partial transfers, since he can only purchase 200MB of bandwidth at a time and this is not enough to fetch a complete git development tree.”
“• Familiarity with a variety of Unix tools, such as rsync and ssh”
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