cwRsync on windows
imranh at imranweb.com
Wed Jan 2 18:37:27 GMT 2008
AFAIK, cwRsync accepts the same command line argument as rsync on Linux
does. The only difference is that you don't have built-in SSH. You have
1. Make your rsync run as a daemon on CentOS and then from Windows
connect to port 873
2. Download CYGWIN and use its SSH client
3. Download DeltaCopy from
(http://www.aboutmyip.com/AboutMyXApp/DeltaCopy.jsp), which is another
packing for rsync on Windows and has a GUI interface.
Abdul Khan wrote:
> Hi folks,
> It may be a very basic question for many people here but I have been
> struggling with Windows commandline. My CentOS machines are running
> perfectly fine.
> I have installed cwRsync server on one of Windows 2003 and cwRsync
> client on the other Windows 2003. What command should I run to connect
> to the cwRsync server from the client? and how can I make sure that
> cwRsync is even running. I have checked the services I could not find.
> I also ran the netsat in windows to see what ports cwRsync is
> listening to.
> Or can anybody direct me to a good tutorial on cwRsync.
> Thanks in advance
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