serg.belokamen at gmail.com
Thu Jun 9 23:48:26 UTC 2005
This is where scripting and key exchange comes in to play. From your
home brew script, first check if the box is a live by pinging it or
perhaps making a dummy connection to the port you are trying to
connect to so you knkow that machine is alive and port is listening.
To get around the password issue you will need to exchange your SSH
keys between your server machine and a backup machine.
On 10/06/05, Peter Mels <pmaechler at gmx.net> wrote:
> I would like to backup my data to a other Ubuntu box in the same
> Network. My one is 192.168.0.2 the backup box is 192.168.0.4
> How does that look like in a chronjob and what's happen if the backup
> box is not on-line?
> There must be also a work around for the password question.
> rsync -v -u -a --delete --rsh=ssh --stats data .mozilla-thunderbird
> alpha at 192.168.0.4:/home/alpha/transfer
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