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Hi. I'm looking for a Syncronizacion Softwares (running as a daemon) to do a unidirectional syncronization of some files/folders from a lot of servers to one central server. As there ...
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    Syncrinzation Software


    Hi.
    I'm looking for a Syncronizacion Softwares (running as a daemon) to do a unidirectional syncronization of some files/folders from a lot of servers to one central server.

    As there are a lot of servers i want a software that only needs to be installed on the central server and pulls the files/folders from the other servers.

    rsync and unison need to be installed on both machines and syncronize the files/folder by sending them from al the servers to the central server(its no the central server the one who pulls the files/folder from the other servers), so they dont work for what i want.

    żDo anyone know any other?

    Thanks in advance.

    Bye!


    PD: Sorry for my poor English.

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    Google: how to use rsync to pull files

    Code:
    Task: Synchronize a local directory with a remote directory
    
    $ rsync -r -a -v -e "ssh -l jerry" --delete openbsd.nixcraft.in:/webroot/ /local/webroot
    
    Task: Synchronize a remote directory with a local directory
    
    $ rsync -r -a -v -e "ssh -l jerry" --delete /local/webroot openbsd.nixcraft.in:/webroot

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    Well HROAdmin26, now you make me feel really stupid, jaja

    Thank you, that was what i was looking for.

    Bye!

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