Manual Reference Pages - GRSYNC-BATCH (1)
GRSYNC-BATCH - Grsync batch session runner
grsync-batch [-f] [-d] [session_name|file_name]
GRSYNC-BATCH is a script which can be used to automate rsync runs using grsync sessions (see man grsync).
for example it can be put into crontab for scheduled execution on terminal, and to get
the results via email.
GRSYNC-BATCH by default loads the session you specify on the command line from your grsync.ini default
configuration file. if you specify the -f option, it will be treated as a file name to load
instead. in this case, only one session can be present in the file so there is no need
to specify the session.
the -d option makes a dry-run, i.e. simulation (run but dont make any changes)
GRSYNC was written by Piero Orsoni <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This manual page was written by Piero Orsoni
|0.6 ||GRSYNC-BATCH (1) ||2007-07-18 |
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