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OS 10.5 - Rsync problem?


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Hi guys,

I setup rsync with ssh (password less) to backup from my computer tiger to Leopard, but it seems don't back up any thing.

Code:
administrators-MyMac:~ root# rsync -r -e ssh /Volumes/G5/Users/apple2/Desktop/* root@192.168.1.10:/Volumes/Server\ HD/Users/apple2/Desktop
administrators-MyMac:~ root#
It seems working but when i check folder 'Users/apple2/Desktop' in server 192.168.1.10, then there is not thing in there.

Any suggestion ? Thanks
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have you tried RsyncX.app

Its a GUI for that terminal command, much easier to set up and use
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have you tried RsyncX.app

Its a GUI for that terminal command, much easier to set up and use

yes, i tried it but somehow i still like to use command instead......Any idea ?
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The way I do it is mount the other Mac on your desktop. Then rsync as if both folders were local. With....
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rsync -av --stats --delete --delete-after /FROM-FOLDER/PATH /TO-FOLDER/PATH > ~/Desktop/sync.log
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