rsync and running scripts
ronumber23 at hotmail.com
Wed Jun 11 13:48:49 GMT 2008
Would you do this using the ssh -s option? also, would this run the script
before or after rsync completes?
Michal Soltys-2 wrote:
> becca23 wrote:
>> I'm using the rsync protocol to keep a windows and linux system mirrored.
>> have set up the rsync and ssh to run properly, but I would like to know
>> there is an option, whether in the rsync command or placed in the
>> rsyncd.conf file where I can call a script that runs each time rsync
>> executes? The reason i need to do this is to change the
>> of files when they are transferred over. I could just set this script to
>> every minute or so, but I would rather strive for accuracy by just having
>> run every time rsync completes a run through.
> What about initiating the transfer on the receiving side ? This way - a
> script and a cron job (or some batch file and task scheduler, if it's on
> windows side) would do the thing nicely. Or if it must be sending side,
> just ssh remote command (script) to do any cleanup you might need after
> rsync transfer completes.
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