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9.3. Using rsync

9.3.1. Introduction

The rsync program is a fast and flexible tool for remote backup. It is common on UNIX and UNIX-like systems, easy to configure and use in scripts. While the r in rsync stands for "remote", you do not need to take this all too literally. Your "remote" device might just as well be a USB storage device or another partition on your hard disk, you do not need to have two separated machines.

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