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August 03, 2007, at 06:07 PM by 125.21.38.34 -
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%red%rsync -zave ssh --progress 192.168.1.1:/home /home/backups/192.168.0.1_backup/
to:
%red%rsync -zavre ssh --progress 192.168.1.1:/home /home/backups/192.168.0.1_backup/
August 01, 2007, at 03:51 PM by 61.17.224.18 -
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-z = adds zip compression.
-v = verbose

-a = archive mode. This will preserve permissions, timestamps, etc.
-e = specify which remote shell to use.
to:
-z = adds zip compression.
-v = verbose

-a = archive mode. This will preserve permissions, timestamps, etc.
-e = specify which remote shell to use.

'''Useful command-line switches'''

-v, --verbose increase verbosity
-q, --quiet decrease verbosity
-c, --checksum always checksum
-a, --archive archive mode. It is a quick way of saying you want recursion and want to preserve everything.
-r, --recursive recurse into directories
-R, --relative use relative path names
-u, --update update only (don't overwrite newer files)
-t, --times preserve times
-n, --dry-run show what would have been transferred
-W, --whole-file copy whole files, no incremental checks
-I, --ignore-times Normally rsync will skip any files that are already the same length and have the same time-stamp. This option turns off this behavior.
--existing only update files that already exist
--delete delete files that don't exist on the sending side
--delete-after delete after transferring, not before
--force force deletion of directories even if not empty
-c, --checksum always checksum
--size-only only use file size when determining if a file should be transferred
--progress show progress during transfer
-z, --compress compress file data
--exclude=PATTERN exclude files matching PATTERN
--daemon run as a rsync daemon
--password-file=FILE get password from FILE
June 26, 2007, at 06:34 PM by 61.17.224.18 -
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%red% Using [[RSYNC]]
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*Using [[RSYNC]]
June 26, 2007, at 06:33 PM by 61.17.224.18 -
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%red% Using RSYNC
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%red% Using [[RSYNC]]
June 06, 2007, at 09:25 PM by 210.18.59.46 -
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Here is a short summary of the options available in rsync. Please refer to the detailed description below for a
to:
Here is a short summary of the options available in rsync.Please refer to the detailed description below for a
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The following script can be run every night using built in cron facility. To start the script at
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The following script can be run every night using built in cron facility.
To start the script at
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rsync --delete-after -zave ssh --progress 192.168.1.1:/home /home/backups/192.168.1.1_home_backup/
to:
rsync --delete-after -zave ssh --progress 192.168.1.1:/home
/home/backups/192.168.1.1_home_backup/
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rsync --delete-after -zave ssh --progress 192.168.1.1:/home /home/backups/192.168.1.1_home_backup/ -n

Will show you what it will do if the above command is run.

to:
rsync --delete-after -zave ssh --progress 192.168.1.1:/home
/home/backups/192.168.1.1_home_backup/ -n

Will show you what it will do if the above command is run.
June 06, 2007, at 09:23 PM by 210.18.59.46 -
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rsync -vrplogDtH --progress /home/sp/backup/05-29-07/custom/var/www/ /var/www/

OPTIONS SUMMARY
Here is a short summary of the options available in rsync. Please refer to the detailed description below for a
complete description.

-v, --verbose increase verbosity
-q, --quiet suppress non-error messages
--no-motd suppress daemon-mode MOTD (see caveat)
-c, --checksum skip based on checksum, not mod-time & size
-a, --archive archive mode; same as -rlptgoD (no -H)
--no-OPTION turn off an implied OPTION (e.g. --no-D)
-r, --recursive recurse into directories
-R, --relative use relative path names

-b, --backup make backups (see --suffix & --backup-dir)
--backup-dir=DIR make backups into hierarchy based in DIR
--suffix=SUFFIX backup suffix (default ~ w/o --backup-dir)
-u, --update skip files that are newer on the receiver
--inplace update destination files in-place
--append append data onto shorter files
-d, --dirs transfer directories without recursing
-l, --links copy symlinks as symlinks
-L, --copy-links transform symlink into referent file/dir
--copy-unsafe-links only "unsafe" symlinks are transformed
--safe-links ignore symlinks that point outside the tree
-k, --copy-dirlinks transform symlink to dir into referent dir
-K, --keep-dirlinks treat symlinked dir on receiver as dir
-H, --hard-links preserve hard links
-p, --perms preserve permissions
-E, --executability preserve executability
--chmod=CHMOD affect file and/or directory permissions
-o, --owner preserve owner (super-user only)
-g, --group preserve group
--devices preserve device files (super-user only)
--specials preserve special files
-D same as --devices --specials
-t, --times preserve times
-O, --omit-dir-times omit directories when preserving times
--super receiver attempts super-user activities
-S, --sparse handle sparse files efficiently
-n, --dry-run show what would have been transferred
-W, --whole-file copy files whole (without rsync algorithm)

-B, --block-size=SIZE force a fixed checksum block-size
-e, --rsh=COMMAND specify the remote shell to use
--rsync-path=PROGRAM specify the rsync to run on remote machine
--existing skip creating new files on receiver
--ignore-existing skip updating files that exist on receiver
--remove-source-files sender removes synchronized files (non-dir)
--del an alias for --delete-during
--delete delete extraneous files from dest dirs
--delete-before receiver deletes before transfer (default)
--delete-during receiver deletes during xfer, not before
--delete-after receiver deletes after transfer, not before
--delete-excluded also delete excluded files from dest dirs
--ignore-errors delete even if there are I/O errors
--force force deletion of dirs even if not empty



--partial keep partially transferred files
--partial-dir=DIR put a partially transferred file into DIR
--delay-updates put all updated files into place at end
-m, --prune-empty-dirs prune empty directory chains from file-list

--timeout=TIME set I/O timeout in seconds

--size-only skip files that match in size
--modify-window=NUM compare mod-times with reduced accuracy
-T, --temp-dir=DIR create temporary files in directory DIR
-y, --fuzzy find similar file for basis if no dest file
--compare-dest=DIR also compare received files relative to DIR
--copy-dest=DIR ... and include copies of unchanged files
--link-dest=DIR hardlink to files in DIR when unchanged
-z, --compress compress file data during the transfer
--compress-level=NUM explicitly set compression level
-C, --cvs-exclude auto-ignore files in the same way CVS does
-f, --filter=RULE add a file-filtering RULE


--exclude=PATTERN exclude files matching PATTERN
--exclude-from=FILE read exclude patterns from FILE

--include-from=FILE read include patterns from FILE
--files-from=FILE read list of source-file names from FILE
-0, --from0 all *from/filter files are delimited by 0s
--address=ADDRESS bind address for outgoing socket to daemon
--port=PORT specify double-colon alternate port number
--sockopts=OPTIONS specify custom TCP options
--blocking-io use blocking I/O for the remote shell
--stats give some file-transfer stats
-8, --8-bit-output leave high-bit chars unescaped in output
-h, --human-readable output numbers in a human-readable format
--progress show progress during transfer
-P same as --partial --progress
-i, --itemize-changes output a change-summary for all updates
--out-format=FORMAT output updates using the specified FORMAT

--log-file-format=FMT log updates using the specified FMT
--password-file=FILE read password from FILE
--list-only list the files instead of copying them
--bwlimit=KBPS limit I/O bandwidth; KBytes per second
--write-batch=FILE write a batched update to FILE
--only-write-batch=FILE like --write-batch but w/o updating dest
--read-batch=FILE read a batched update from FILE
--protocol=NUM force an older protocol version to be used
--checksum-seed=NUM set block/file checksum seed (advanced)
-4, --ipv4 prefer IPv4
-6, --ipv6 prefer IPv6
--version print version number
(-h) --help show this help (see below for -h comment)

June 06, 2007, at 06:12 PM by 61.17.224.18 -
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%green%Copy File and Dir under /home/sp/backup/05-29-07/custom/usr/local/ to /usr/local/

rsync -arpogtv --progress /home/sp/backup/05-29-07/custom/usr/local/ /usr/local/ -rv
May 31, 2007, at 06:01 PM by 61.17.21.161 -
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%red%rsync -zave ssh --progress server1:/home /home/backups/server1_home_backup/
to:
%red%rsync -zave ssh --progress 192.168.1.1:/home /home/backups/192.168.0.1_backup/
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-a = archive mode. This will preserve permissions, timestamps, etc.
-e = specify which remote shell to use.
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rsync -vrplogDtH /home/USERNAME root@IP-ADDRESS:/home/
to:
rsync -avrplogDtH /home/USERNAME root@IP-ADDRESS:/home/

%red%Delete files on the backup server after sync is complete.

rsync
--delete-after -zave ssh --progress 192.168.1.1:/home /home/backups/192.168.1.1_home_backup/

--delete-after will delete file that are not there on the source server after sync

When used with -n, --dry-run ------ show what would have been transferred.


rsync --delete-after -zave ssh --progress 192.168.1.1:/home /home/backups/192.168.1.1_home_backup/ -n

Will show you what it will do if the above command is run.
May 31, 2007, at 05:52 PM by 61.17.21.161 -
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*This command will copy the directory var from the server 192.168.0.11 to the server where you have logged in.
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*This command will copy the directory var from the server 192.168.0.11 to the server where you have logged in.
May 31, 2007, at 05:51 PM by 61.17.21.161 -
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rsync -ae ssh 192.168.0.11:/var /backup/ -rv

-a = archive mode. This will preserve permissions, timestamps, etc.

-e = specify which remote shell to use.

%red%rsync -zave ssh --progress server1:/home /home/backups/server1_home_backup/
to:
%blue%rsync -ae ssh 192.168.0.11:/var /backup/ -rv

-a = archive mode. This will preserve permissions, timestamps, etc.
-e = specify which remote shell to use.

%red%rsync -zave ssh --progress server1:/home /home/backups/server1_home_backup/
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rsync -avz --exclude=/proc -e ssh / user@SERVER.COM:backup-server
to:
%green%rsync -avz --exclude=/proc -e ssh / user@SERVER.COM:backup-server
May 31, 2007, at 05:50 PM by 61.17.21.161 -
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rsync -e ssh 192.168.0.11:/var /backup/ -rv

This command will copy the directory var from the server 192.168.0.11 to the server where you have logged in.
to:
rsync -ae ssh 192.168.0.11:/var /backup/ -rv

-a = archive mode. This will preserve permissions, timestamps, etc.

-e = specify which remote shell to use.

%red%rsync -zave ssh --progress server1:/home /home/backups/server1_home_backup/

-z = adds zip compression.
-v = verbose
=This show progress along with useful data.


*
This command will copy the directory var from the server 192.168.0.11 to the server where you have logged in.
April 02, 2007, at 07:03 PM by 61.17.224.18 -
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%blue%Rsync User Home Dir:

rsync -vrplogDtH /home/USERNAME root@IP-ADDRESS:/home/
March 10, 2007, at 06:21 PM by 202.56.231.116 -
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rsync -avz --exclude=/proc -e ssh / yourusername@SERVERNAME.COM:backup-server
to:
rsync -avz --exclude=/proc -e ssh / user@SERVER.COM:backup-server
March 10, 2007, at 06:18 PM by 202.56.231.116 -
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rsync -avz --exclude=/proc -e ssh / yourusername@SERVERNAME.COM:backup-server
to:
rsync -avz --exclude=/proc -e ssh / yourusername@SERVERNAME.COM:backup-server
July 26, 2006, at 06:27 PM by 210.18.59.46 -
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The following script can be run every night using built in cron facility. To start the script at
11pm each night, use the command "crontab -e", and then type the following:

0 23 * * * /path/to/your/script
July 26, 2006, at 06:14 PM by 210.18.59.46 -
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rsync -avz --exclude=/proc -e ssh / yourusername@SERVERNAME.COM:server1
to:
rsync -avz --exclude=/proc -e ssh / yourusername@SERVERNAME.COM:backup-server
July 26, 2006, at 06:13 PM by 210.18.59.46 -
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%blue%Back up entire server:

rsync -avz --exclude=/proc -e ssh / yourusername@SERVERNAME.COM:server1
April 20, 2006, at 12:34 PM by 210.18.59.46 -
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%red Using RSYNC
to:
%red% Using RSYNC
April 20, 2006, at 12:33 PM by 210.18.59.46 -
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%red Using RSYNC

rsync -e ssh 192.168.0.11:/var /backup/ -rv

This command will copy the directory var from the server 192.168.0.11 to the server where you have logged in.
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