Released / Updated: –10/23/2023–
Duration: 1h 2m | .MP4 | 720p | Language: English
Rsync is a powerful and widely used tool for copying and synchronizing files on Linux. It provides efficient strategies for copying files, such as compression and delta transfers, and it’s frequently built into scripts or automated. In this course, LinkedIn Learning senior staff instructor Scott Simpson discusses what rsync is and shows you how to get started using it both locally and remotely. Explore the basics of installation, options, documentation, directories, remote access, rsync daemon, authentication, SSH, and more. Along the way, Scott shows you how to create scripts for rsync commands to automate common operations using the system scheduler.