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2answers
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How to configure Unison for real peer-to-peer?

I have a handful of devices, and am considering keeping them in sync with Unison. The devices are not running all the time, they are switched off a few hours per day, not necessarily at the same ...
5
votes
3answers
70 views

Rsync that handles moves sensibly

I've been successfully using rsync to synchronize my home directories between my laptop and my netbook (both using ext4 with Linux). My only problem with it is that every now and then I like to ...
2
votes
1answer
253 views

Unison can't synchronize Dropbox configuration (socket files)

I'm using Unison to synchronize my home across several computers, and I've addressed everything but this. The Dropbox configuration is partially skipped, and as a result Dropbox thinks there is no ...
3
votes
3answers
409 views

Backup and synchronization

I want to synchronize my personal document repository between my different computers in my home. Today this folder is under a dedicated partition of the hard drive of a dual boot workstation. My ...
1
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1answer
569 views

Synchronize directory tree with deduplication?

I have two Linux servers that have a large amount of data (1TB+) that need to be synchronized over a slow connection (100 KB/s). A lot of the data overlaps, but are in different locations. I would ...
2
votes
3answers
1k views

Decreasing hard drive sync time with Unison

I'm using Unison to synchronize my music collection to a few different sources, namely a couple computers over SSH and a hard drive. One thing I've noticed is that SSH updates are incredibly fast in ...