Originally published July 8, 2016 @ 11:06 am
osync as a kind of
rsync that is more suited for making backups. While
rsync certainly has more options,
osync takes a lot of the complexity out of writing a backup script with a few options that are perfectly suited for such tasks. The
dt is a great tool for comparing contents of two or more folders. It can be very useful working in concert with
osync to keep track of any changes.
osync installation from a tarball
cd /tmp wget -q https://github.com/deajan/osync/archive/v1.01.tar.gz -O - | tar xz cd osync* ./install.sh
osyncinstallation with git
cd /tmp git clone https://github.com/deajan/osync cd osync* ./install.sh
Make a more convenient link:
ln -s /usr/local/bin/osync.sh /usr/bin/osync
CREATE_DIRS=yes osync --initiator="/etc" --target="/etc_mirror"
dt from a tarball
cd /tmp wget -q https://github.com/rondilley/difftree/releases/download/v0.5.9/difftree-0.5.9.tar.bz2 -O - | tar xj cd difftree* ./configure && make && make install
cd /tmp git clone https:/github.com/rondilley/difftree.git cd difftree* ./configure && make && make install
dt -e .osync_workdir /etc /etc_mirror 2>/dev/null
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