password problem with rsync
payal-rsync at staticky.com
Wed Oct 1 15:17:07 EST 2003
On Tue, Sep 30, 2003 at 12:43:24PM -0700, jw schultz wrote:
Thanks a lot for the excellent mail. Forgive for an additional copy to
you since this might go OT any moment.
> If all you care about is copying: scp. If you don't care
Ok, I want to overwrite already existing files too.
> about security: rcp or ftp and ftp wrappers. There is also
ftp wrappers, you mean something like ncftpget? Anymore???
> If you want to update/synchronise, then i'd suggest rsync.
> Again, if you care about security, do it over ssh. If you
Actually, security is not much of an issue.
> don't, then rsh. If the data needn't be secure, just the
> account, you could use an rsync daemon but that is much more
I though that rsync was just a small program and not a daemon.
> I'd suggest you get over any aversion to ssh. Once
> configured it is the easiest and most secure method to use.
> And using any other method for remote login except on a
> private (no route to internet) network is inviting trouble.
Just curiousity question, which docs do I refer to for this rsync ocver
With warm regards,
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