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Old 11-30-2006, 11:25 PM   #1
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Smile backup with rsync


can i know how can i take a automatic backup with rsync.
i am using fedora core 5.
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great howto for rsync, ssh, cron

here's a great link that guide you through a proper way to accomplish your goal:
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thank u
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I wrote a script which used either rsync, cp or tar to create a backup, which I posted here:, and a bit further down it was modified by unSpawn so you could pick which option (rsync, cp or tar) from the command line.

To make it automatic, you want to look into cron jobs.


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