rsync directory always starts in the home directory, but I want to sync files into a directory inside of a .kde directory. I tried this: rsync -avc -e ssh firstname.lastname@example.org:/var/www/.../backup/docdata ...
I just transferred 1.8TB of data from an external hard drive to an internal hard drive using rsync, but I didn't add the "-t" flag, so the "Date Modified" for every file on the internal hard drive is ...
I have an nfs device that creates checkpoint (backups) everyday. I want to use Rsync to copy these checkpoints to another device (Drobo connected via iSCSI). So I've run the script on a single nfs ...
rsync to check/compare server1:/data/archive/ to server2:/data/archive/ and have the files synced to another destination such as server2:/data/?
This has been tearing my hair out. I need to: compare server1:/data/archive/ to server2:/data/archive/ (through rsync, ssh, etc) filenames that don't match, get copied (scp) to server2:/data/ ...
I want to set up an RSync job that would connect through SSH. I have my computer ( backup@myhost ) and the remote host ( test@remhost ) and I need to backup the folder ~/something with all it's ...
I'd like to exclude the directories "temp" and "Ubuntu One/" from backup. What is the correct escaping of the space???? RSYNCCONF="--delete --exclude=.* --exclude=temp/" Thanks in advance! Chris ...
I'd like to run the following incomplete script weekly in as a cron job to backup my home directory to an external drive mounted as /mnt/backups #!/bin/bash # TIMEDATE=$(date +%b-%d-%Y-%k:%M) ...