rsync use on shedule

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rsync use on shedule

Lieven

Byte Poster
NAS
DS218+ DSM 6.2.2-24922-4
Router
RT2600ac
Hey,

i like to use rsync to backup hd1 to hd2.
I want to use it this way , just to be sure it’s not stored to a file,zip,...
This is what i have.

rsync -cavislhn --exclude "#recycle" --delete --modify-window=1 "/volume1/Base/" "/volume2/Copy"

where ‘n’ = dry run.
do i use to many options or have to use other?
just to be cover everything.

thx
 

jeyare

Giga Poster
NAS
1811+, 3x 1813+, 214play ... multisite Ubiquiti Unifi networks (USG-Pro,PoE,NanoHD)
Operating system
Linux, Windows
Mobile operating system
Android, iOS
I like your CLI approach from past posts, but why not Hyper backup instead:
- you can setup more parameters (and you don’t forget for some of them)
- your job is logged and notified by DSM
- you have data editor of the backups (copy of exact file/folder, restore all or exact file/folder)

of course, with HB you can’t use “dry run”.
Maybe I miss some important expectation from your side.
 

Lieven

Byte Poster
NAS
DS218+ DSM 6.2.2-24922-4
Router
RT2600ac
- No installed package.
- Log is mailed to me to.
- No need to use of editor.
- I like CLI :), from the old days MS-dos :)
- Minimal install
- ....
 

jeyare

Giga Poster
NAS
1811+, 3x 1813+, 214play ... multisite Ubiquiti Unifi networks (USG-Pro,PoE,NanoHD)
Operating system
Linux, Windows
Mobile operating system
Android, iOS
then you have many other options in CLI how to use rsync, up to your backup/restore expectations (or plan). Based on all the Pros and Cons.
 

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