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One option is to run an rsync server on the remote system.

Basically, create an rsync.conf with uid=root then use rsync -az rsync://domain.com.

See http://pastebin.com/5hQx1mRV for an example someone else wrote and Configuring the rsync daemon for some basics of enabling a server in Ubuntu.

Note that you have to consider the security of this. A better approach is probably to make the remote system push to your local system.

One option is to run an rsync server on the remote system.

Basically, create an rsync.conf with uid=root then use rsync -az rsync://domain.com.

See http://pastebin.com/5hQx1mRV for an example someone else wrote and Configuring the rsync daemon for some basics of enabling a server in Ubuntu.

One option is to run an rsync server on the remote system.

Basically, create an rsync.conf with uid=root then use rsync -az rsync://domain.com.

See http://pastebin.com/5hQx1mRV for an example someone else wrote and Configuring the rsync daemon for some basics of enabling a server in Ubuntu.

Note that you have to consider the security of this. A better approach is probably to make the remote system push to your local system.

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One option is to run an rsync server on the remote system.

Basically, create an rsync.conf with uid=root then use rsync -az rsync://domain.com.

See http://pastebin.com/5hQx1mRV for an example someone else wrote and Configuring the rsync daemon for some basics of enabling a server in Ubuntu.

One option is to run an rsync server on the remote system.

Basically, create an rsync.conf with uid=root then use rsync -az rsync://domain.com.

See http://pastebin.com/5hQx1mRV for an example someone else wrote.

One option is to run an rsync server on the remote system.

Basically, create an rsync.conf with uid=root then use rsync -az rsync://domain.com.

See http://pastebin.com/5hQx1mRV for an example someone else wrote and Configuring the rsync daemon for some basics of enabling a server in Ubuntu.

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One option is to run an rsync server on the remote system.

Basically, create an rsync.conf with uid=root then use rsync -az rsync://domain.com.

See http://pastebin.com/5hQx1mRV for an example someone else wrote.