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Hello, I have some space at a remote server with some bandwidth to spare. I want to offer that space to mirror a small rpm-repository. However, I don't want to ...
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    Question remote-to-remote file synchronization using ftp


    Hello,

    I have some space at a remote server with some bandwidth to spare. I want to offer that space to mirror a small rpm-repository. However, I don't want to use by local hard-drive a a swap for this purpose.
    I want a remote-to-remote file transfer utility, which runs on Linux and is a freeware (GPLed ones are better), that can be used to directly synchronize the two servers. Well, one way synchronization will also do.

    Please suggest me how to do it. I googled but unfortunately couldn't locate an appropriate one.

    Thanks in anticipation,

    -Chandra

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    The package you require is called 'rsync'. It's ace. Check it's manpage, you might have to install it through your package manager first. Or just google it.
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    Smile go through the link


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