Linux rsync list file directory on rsync server

Linux classes, Linux Training, Computer Configuration GNU Linux Fedora using Linux CommandHow to list file and directory on rsync server. The Linux rsync command example below show how to use the rsync list file and directory on rsync server.

1. make sure that rsync command install on your Linux system.
2. Execute rsync server-domain-name::directory as show on the example below...
Linux rsync command example
[fedora10@fedora ~]$ rsync

drwxr-xr-x        4096 2007/05/22 05:37:48 .
drwxr-xr-x        4096 2006/10/17 20:46:37 core
drwxr-xr-x        4096 2010/08/01 03:06:42 development
drwxrwxr-x        4096 2009/05/16 05:58:30 extras
drwxr-xr-x        4096 2010/10/27 07:13:03 releases
drwxrwsr-x        4096 2010/08/28 03:54:20 updates
[fedora10@fedora ~]$


[fedora10@fedora ~]$ rsync
rsync for batter sync :-)


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