Originally Posted by amartlk
i have centos 5.3 i want to back data from office to another location which having also centos
how it possible with script
Similar to what you asked before:
And it's possible by you writing the script
. Again, you omit the important details that anyone would need to be able to help you. How much data? What is the bandwidth between the two servers? Want full backups or incremental? What is your rotation rate? Versions of files? What software are you using to back up your data?? The subject of backing up a Linux server has been covered many times on here...use the search function.
Rsync will work to keep two locations identical, but you need to realize the difference between that, and a true backup. What if a file gets corrupted?? The corruption at sitea will be mirrored to siteb, so when you 'restore' the file, you won't have it. That's where versioning comes in to play. Look at Amanda or bacula.