rsync bash script

rsync bash script


# config ---------------------------------
# two methods
# from = receive data from another server
# to = send data to another server
# config end ------------------------------

if [ '$rsync_method' == 'to' ]; then
rsync -ur --progress $local_dir/* $remote_account_name@$rsync_ip:$remote_dir
rsync -ur --progress $remote_account_name@$rsync_ip:$remote_dir/* $local_dir

# free disk space


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