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Aug
9
comment Programmatically get folders last edit time
I tested it and it does give me the time but still just as a string, what i was after was the epoch second of last modification. But thanks.
Aug
9
comment Programmatically get folders last edit time
Yes.. stat solved it. Thanks.
Aug
9
asked Programmatically get folders last edit time
Aug
8
comment Rsync and take name/path changes into account
yeah but they add so much to the complexity.
Aug
8
comment Rsync and take name/path changes into account
this should so be added as an option to Rsync's behavior. Would make mirroring large folders far apart, far easier.
Aug
8
comment Rsync and take name/path changes into account
thanks for pointing that out, unison does seem to get questionable reviews though: superuser.com/questions/65548/…
Aug
8
comment Rsync and take name/path changes into account
it would be really brilliant if there were a program like that though.
Aug
8
asked Rsync and take name/path changes into account
Jul
5
comment Are there additional ways to protect SSH connections besides firewall and RSA Keys?
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Jun
20
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Jun
13
comment ls command - define number of columns
You can also just write your own script, I did so some years ago and use it all the time: synodins.com/scripts/ls_crystal. By either writing your own or using mine you have complete control over how the script operates.
Jun
5
revised Rsync over Rsync via cronjob
edited title
Jun
4
comment Rsync over Rsync via cronjob
Brilliant, then I most likely don't have to worry about this at all.
Jun
4
comment Rsync over Rsync via cronjob
yes they're the same.
Jun
4
comment Rsync over Rsync via cronjob
Thanks for the info, its interesting. But best of all would be if Rsync-ing over another wouldn't do any harm to begin with.
Jun
4
asked Rsync over Rsync via cronjob
Jun
4
accepted Rsync after copy
Jun
4
comment Rsync after copy
I tested it, I scp'd a 100Mb folder from a remote location to local, and then I rsync'd from that remote to this new local over it, and it took a tiny amount of time at first, and the second time I rsync'ed it was around 0.5 sec, so basically yes, copying before Rsync is ok.
Jun
4
revised Rsync after copy
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Jun
4
comment Rsync after copy
Yes but when running rsync after having run copy, will then only the changes be sent?