2009/11/20 Svenn Are Bjerkem <svenn.bjer...@googlemail.com>:
> 2009/11/20 Roberto Suarez Soto <r...@allenta.com>:
>> El día Fri, 20 Nov 2009 10:38:53 +0100, Pablo Angulo <pablo.ang...@uam.es>
>> escribía:
>>
>>> >     Someone should program a FUSE filesystem based on rsync+ssh. That
>>> > would be a nifty online storage :-)
>>> What's the advantage of rsync+ssh with respect to ssh alone (mounting
>>> remote folders with sftp)?
>>
>>        Sending and receiving differences instead of whole files. Imagine you
>> have a 5MB document and you change just a couple lines. With ssh alone,
>> you'd send the whole 5MB again; with rsync, you'll send just the differences.
>
> I have been using Unison for syncing my zim notebooks (and also other
> work files) for a while. http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~bcpierce/unison/.
> My use case is one main server and several clients, and I see some
> merge problems when work on clients diverge compared to the server,
> but this may be solved by zim pushing data frequently as long as
> network is available. My problem rise when I forget to sync data from
> one client when I work on a different client. (one pc in lab and one
> pc in the office) When the unison syncing is done manually, I very
> often forget to sync in the heat of the fight. There is not much
> penalty in checking for updates or pushing updates, so zim could maybe
> push as often as it does internal saving, then, at least for
> one-man/many-clients the chance of concurrent changes leading to merge
> problems.
>

Svenn, can you share some commands or scripts? I have played with
unison in the distant past and discounted it, but if you have a
working solution I'd love to see it.

Thanks.


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