2009/11/20 Roberto Suarez Soto <r...@allenta.com>:
> El día Fri, 20 Nov 2009 11:05:37 -0500, Servilio Afre Puentes
> <servi...@gmail.com> escribía:
>> >> >        Someone should program a FUSE filesystem based on rsync+ssh.
>> >> > That would be a nifty online storage :-)
>> >> rsync.net
>> >        Not free, not Open Source, not something that you can implement on
>> > your own server.
>> Roberto, rsync *is* free software (GPL), see the homepage:
>> http://rsync.samba.org/
>        Yes, rsync (the software) is free software, but we were talking about
> rsync.net, an online backup firm.
>        To clarify, I don't want someone to host a rsync server for me. I
> want something like Dropbox: transparent and immediate synchronization of a
> folder (or folders), transmitting only the differences in files, not the
> whole files. That's why I said "a FUSE filesystem": it'd be like sshfs, but
> using rsync as backend.
>        There's nothing like that in the Open Source world. Trust me,
> I've searched :-) (though I'd be very happy to be proven wrong!)

So long as you have a server to sync to, rsync and cron _can_ do this.

Dotan Cohen


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