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Michael Stapelberg

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For many years, I was only a casual user of rsync and used it mostly for one-off file transfers.

Over time, I found rsync useful in more and more cases, and would recommend every computer user put this great tool into their toolbox 🛠 🧰 !

2022-Jul

  • This post is the third article in a series of blog posts about rsync, see the Series Overview. With rsync up and running, it’s time to take a peek under the hood of rsync to better understand how it works. Read more →

  • This post is the second article in a series of blog posts about rsync, see the Series Overview. Now that we know what to use rsync for, how can we best integrate rsync into monitoring and alerting, and on which operating systems does it work? Read more →

2022-Jun

  • This post is the first article in a series of blog posts about rsync, see the Series Overview. To motivate why it makes sense to look at rsync, I present three scenarios for which I have come to appreciate rsync: DokuWiki transfers, Software deployment and Backups. Read more →

  • For many years, I was only a casual user of rsync and used it mostly for one-off file transfers. Over time, I found rsync useful in more and more cases, and would recommend every computer user put this great tool into their toolbox 🛠 🧰 ! Read more →