Latest version: 1.34
Back up multiple machines over your network onto an archive server.
The backups on the archive server appear as complete copies of directories of
the backed up machines. There will appear to be one complete backup for each
day - this lets you find/restore a consistent set of files from a particular
The script cleverly avoids copying files that have not changed. It economises
on disk use by only keeping one copy of each file - but makes that one copy
appear in the various daily archives.
The idea is that one central archive server initiates backups on several other
This script works well where you have many files that do not change from day to
day, eg word processing documents. It is not so good where most of your files
change frequently - but will still work.
POSIX ACLs and extended attributes can be copied.
If you want to know more see RsyncBackup-1.34.READMEYou may download this software in a variety of formats. Some are specific to particular operating systems or architectures, see below:
|CentOS 6 noarch||RsyncBackup-1.34-0.0.noarch.rpm||Thu Apr 16 2020|
|CentOS 7 noarch||RsyncBackup-1.34-0.0.noarch.rpm||Thu Apr 16 2020|
|CentOS 8 noarch||RsyncBackup-1.34-0.0.noarch.rpm||Fri Apr 17 2020|
|CentOS 8 src||RsyncBackup-1.34-0.0.src.rpm||Fri Apr 17 2020|
|CentOS 8 tar||RsyncBackup-1.34-0.0.tar.gz||Fri Apr 17 2020|
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