rsync backup tool (with rsync+inotify real-time synchronization deployment example)

rsync 1. Overview of rsync 1.1 About rsync 1.2 Features of rsync 1.3 Working principle 2. rsync related commands 2.1 Basic format and common options 2.2 Start and shut down the rsync service 2.3 Basic format of downlink synchronization 2.4 Basic format of upstream synchronization 2.4 No interaction 2.4.1 Specify password file 2.4.2rsync-daemon method 2.4.3 […]

rsync remote synchronization + inotify monitoring

Table of Contents 1. Introduction to rsync: 2. Principle of rsync copying: 3. rsync synchronization method: 4. Basic format: 1. Commonly used options: 2. Two methods of synchronization: 3. Interaction-free format configuration: 5. Configure rsync source server: 1. Preparation: 2. Write configuration file: 3. Create a data password file for the backup account: 4. Add […]

rsync+inotify real-time data synchronization

1. Related introduction 1. rsync (remote synchronize) rsync is a remote data synchronization tool under Liunx/Unix. It can quickly synchronize files and directories between multiple hosts through LAN/WAN. There are generally two ways to synchronize files between Linux, namely rsync and scp. scp is equivalent to copying and pasting. If the file does not exist, […]

Complete demonstration of using rsync under Linux

Rsync is a network protocol for synchronizing folders and files between systems over a network on Unix-like and Windows systems. Rsync can copy or display directories and copy files. Rsync listens to TCP port 873 by default and copies files through remote shells such as rsh and ssh. Rsync must be installed on both the […]

Real-time data synchronization using sersync

Use sersync to achieve real-time data synchronization The birth process of sersync Deployment premise Configure rsync server Deploy sersync Configure the path variable of sersync Modify sersync configuration file sersync common parameters Use service files to implement automatic startup at boot Real-time synchronization service debugging The birth process of sersync sersync author: Former Kingsoft Zhou […]

CentOS7 uses lsyncd+rsync to realize real-time synchronization and backup of data on two servers

1. Tool introduction 1.1, rsync Rsync (remote synchronize) is a remote data synchronization tool under Liunx/Unix. It can quickly synchronize files and directories between multiple hosts through LAN/WAN. rsync compares the files on both sides to see if they are the same, and updates them only if they are not the same. However, rsync cannot […]

Linux real-time monitoring and real-time backup of data (rsync)

Table of contents 1: rsync real-time monitoring of backup process 1. Install rsync (server and client) daemon mode 2. Modify the configuration file (server) 3. Parse the configuration content 4.Create system user 5. Create a password file 6. Authorization (must be authorized to 600) 7. Create a backup directory (create module directory) 8. Directory authorization […]

rsync real-time backup monitoring command (details)

Table of contents 1: Introduction to rsync 1. Introduction to rsync 2.rsync features 3.rsync application scenarios 4. rsync transmission method 5.Rsync transmission mode 2: RSYNC usage parameters Three: Parameter use cases One: Introduction to rsync 1.rsync introduction rsync is called remote synchronizetion in English. As can be seen from the name of the software, rsync […]

Centos7 rsync+inotify realizes real-time synchronization updates

inotify slave deployment Download the specified file on the master to the local host specified directory yum install rsync –y [root@localhost ~]# useradd rsync -s /sbin/nologin -M [root@localhost ~]# mkdir -p /home/yxh/back [root@localhost ~]# chown rsync.rsync /home/yxh/back/ echo rsync_backup:yxh >>/etc/rsync.password rsync_backup is the user name yxh is the password [root@localhost ~]# chmod 600 /etc/rsync.password [root@localhost […]

Network Services-RSYNC

Network Service-RSYNC rsync introduction rsync overview rsync is a data mirroring backup tool under Unix-like systems. A tool that supports fast full backup and incremental backup, supports local replication, remote synchronization, etc., similar to the scp command; the rsync command requires logging in to the target host for user identity authentication before synchronizing files. Data […]