How to Use the rsync Command | Linux Essentials Tutorial
Rsync is a command line utility which synchronizes files and folders from one location to another. In this tutorial, we’ll cover the basics of rsync including examples and common uses.
0:00 – Intro
1:12 – rsync Manual
2:40 – Building an rsync command
4:28 – Dissecting the Command
6:42 – Using rsync dry run
8:30 – Syncing Files Between Servers
11:29 – Outro
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