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Manual Reference Pages  -  ORISYNC (1)

NAME

orisync - Ori File System Sync Daemon

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Configuration Commands
Repository Related Commands
Host Related Commands
Other Commands
Supported Commands

SYNOPSIS

orisync [COMMAND]

DESCRIPTION

orisync is the device discovery and automatic synchronization daemon. In addition it is used for configuration and management of the orisync daemon. To get started run orisync init to configure the orisync cluster key and password. Running orisync without any arguments will start the daemon process.

As a security measure orisync requires the clocks on all your devices to be synchronized. Announcements containing time skews larger than 5 seconds will be discarded silently.

CONFIGURATION COMMANDS

init Configure the cluster key and cluster password.

REPOSITORY RELATED COMMANDS

add FS-NAME
  Register a local repository with orisync.
remove FS-NAME
  Unregister a local repository with orisync.
list List all registered local repositories

HOST RELATED COMMANDS

hostadd HOSTNAME
  Add a static host to synchronize with.
hostremove HOSTNAME
  Remove a statically configured host.
hosts List all statically configured hosts.

OTHER COMMANDS

help Display a list of commands and their purpose.

SUPPORTED COMMANDS

The file system can be controlled by the command line interface. Running commands from anywhere inside the mounted file system should allow the command line to detect and communicate with the file system. Not all commands are supported on a running file system, and some hidden commands for debugging or are not recommended. Additional commands will be added in future releases.

SEE ALSO

ori(1), orifs(1), ori_httpd(1)
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Ori Project ORISYNC (1) September 2013

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