AW: AW: Strong encryption

C.Zimmermann clemens at
Wed Jun 5 04:27:02 EST 2002

> >
> >I thought, rsync only looks at the modification date of a file and 
> >decides whether to backup this file or not.
> >
> By default, it does not, in fact it's REAL usefullness it's that uit 
> examines the content of the file to send just what is needed, 
> differently from other mirroring software.

But beside this rsync offers the mechanism for incremental mirroring on
file bases over the network, so I think it makes sence to enhance rsync
with the encryption option on destination files.
Its better than "tar -cvf - / | pgp | ssh user at destinationhost" 


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> Lapo 'Raist' Luchini
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