[TriLUG] rsync connections
turnpike420 at yahoo.com
Sun Jan 4 17:43:13 EST 2004
What's the difference between what I'm trying and having an rsync server? I
want to be able to use the data on both sides of the sync. The source data is
where data will be changed, added, deleted, etc. The end side, the data will
simply be used as it is. For example, foo contains my music folders, and poo
will contain a backup of my music folders. poo will also run icecast and use
the backup copy of the music folders as its source files for streaming.
(this isn't just to backup my music, but everything, just trying to make use of
my resources beyond just backup)
--- David Rasch <rasch at raschnet.com> wrote:
> On Sun, 2004-01-04 at 17:01, Turnpike Man wrote:
> > To answer both questions... to Chris, I can ssh between the machines. They
> > both on my internal network, so I'm not going across a public network. To
> > Mark, I just don't even know which way to go. The man page was a bit
> > to me about how the connections are made. I guess I need to know how to
> > the connection. Which is better, trust or ssh? which is easier? I have
> > 20GB of data or less I'll be dealing with.
> With one colon ":" in the path, you're defaulting to "rsh" as your
> transport which probably is (wisely) disabled. You'll might add "-e
> ssh" to your command line right after "rsync" to use ssh as the
> transport. Or, you could setup an rsync server using (x)inetd and use
> double-colon "::" paths.
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