RSYNC Command in Linux with Examples

Rsync is a command-line tool in Linux that stands for remote synchronization. It is used to copy files from a source location to a destination location. You can copy files, directories, and the entire file system and keep in sync the files between different directories. It does more than just copying the files. It reduces the amount of data sent over the network by only sending the files which are new or updated. That’s why is it considered a great utility for file copying and backing up. Rsync also supports the copying of files to a remote system over SSH.

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