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RE: Need a script to update directories



Thanks all, I think I've got rsync working....

At least, it seems to be working thus far...  I'll know soon enough when
I make some more updates...

	-Tom

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[mailto:redhat-list-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of Burke, Thomas G.
Sent: Tuesday, January 02, 2007 12:37 PM
To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list
Subject: Need a script to update directories

Hey all,

	Background:  I do all my web page work in a personal directory
so as not to FUBAR the real web pages.  Problem is keeping the two
synchronized.

	I have thrown together a simple "copy script" that runs as part
of my nightly cron job - it copies *everything* from my working
directory to the actual web directory every night.  These are both on
the same machine, so access is not a problem.

	Problem:  Copying everything is slow and, generally, painful.
There's a couple 100 meg of data there.  I'm looking for a script to
update the web directory with newer/missing files.  I don't mind at all
if some stuff stays there, a true sync isn't necessary.  I just need to
get all the new content pushed to the appropriate place.

	Any ideas?

	TIA,
		Tom
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