Unison is a bidirectional, conflict detecting file-synchronization tool for OSX, Unix, and Windows. It allows two replicas of a collection of files and directories to be stored on different hosts (or different disks on the same host), modified separately, and then brought up to date by propagating ...

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Unison on Ubuntu 14.04

Very simple task at hand here: using unison in a star topology in order to synchronize /home folders across multiple servers. So, for ~/.unison/default.prf on each box... Hub: root = root = ...
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USB-HDD connected to router “disconnects” automatically

I have a USB-HDD, formatted as ext3 connected to my router, so I can use it as a home-network storage. It works quite well, however, when sending a lot of files to the harddrive (I tried to do a ...
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Unison replacing newer symlinks with older files using the option -force newer

I'm having a problem with Unison and symlinks. I created a test case for making it easier to understand and try this for yourself. First, we create the two directories that will be synced. And some ...
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Using Unison with colordiff

I want Unison to show the diffs with colordiff. I’ve got diff = colordiff -u CURRENT2 CURRENT1 | less -R in my config file but it seems like Unison pipes the output to plain less nonetheless, so I ...
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How to enable unison to login with ssh from systemd service unit?

I have a pdf-sync.path file for systemd runnin in user-space (systemctl --user enable pdf-sync.path). Whenever there is a change in the folder that I defined in the path file I want to synchronize ...
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Script to compare directories and move files (like rsync)

I use rsync to sync data between two servers. If I completely rebuild the directory structure, rsync cannot understand this and will attempt to recopy everything. I am aware that Unison is capable ...