Please explain the syntax used here
kmk at sanitarium.net
Wed Jul 11 23:16:48 MDT 2012
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In that syntax "server" is the module name defined in the rsyncd.conf
file on "host" that maps to an actual path plus whatever pre-defined
On 07/12/12 01:07, Ash wrote:
> I have a command (setup by someone else of course) that reads:
> [code] rsync [OPTIONS....] rsync://<user>@<host>/<server>
> <destination> [/code]
> I don't get the <server> bit. There's no folder by the name
> <server> anywhere on <host>. <server> is in fact an external server
> which <host> has ethernet access to. It's shares are mounted on
> <host> using NFS.
> Everything seems to work fine but I just don't know how to
> interpret this command.
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