Does rsync work for windows to windows machines? Or what is the
equivalent of rsync on a windows machine?
On Oct 28, 2004, at 6:41 PM, Dan Shoop wrote:
At 8:36 PM -0400 10/28/04, Josh Wisenbaker wrote:
On Oct 28, 2004, at 7:23 PM, email@hidden wrote:
I have a client in the US that has their company files from their
office on an in house PC server. DSL connection with firewall to the
outside. They have just set up a office in London and want to sync
the same office directory to a OS X machine in their London office.
DSL/firewall connection. They want to sync either at certain times
each day or when ever a change is made to one server it would also
make the change to the other server. Is this a matter of some
software? What is the best way to do this?
I've done rsyncX across the state, but that was on a insane fast WAN,
not across the public internet. rsync can be done via SSH, or you
could VPN the whole thing.
RsyncX isn't necessary since the files are already Windows-esque
files. There should be no resource forks.
We routinely rsync to machines all over the planet, it works as
expected. Obviously the speed of the connections is the biggest
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