[CentOS] Re: remote tar via ssh
jss at ast.cam.ac.uk
Mon Oct 1 11:47:44 UTC 2007
umair shakil wrote:
> Its a normal scenario, when u access machine B from machine A, any utility
> are using like ssh, rsync, or what machine B is acting as server for u....
> so on client
> side simple rsync is installed, on server side u have to use some
> rsync-server package is
No - you only need a "normal" rsync installed on each side. rsync uses a
ssh/rsh connection to copy the data, so you don't need a special server.
rsync starts itself on the remote server over the ssh connection. If you
run a high-volume site, an rsync server is available (though this has had
quite a few security issues in the past).
Jeremy Sanders <jss at ast.cam.ac.uk> http://www-xray.ast.cam.ac.uk/~jss/
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