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Rex::Commands::Rsync(3User Contributed Perl DocumentatiRex::Commands::Rsync(3)

NAME
       Rex::Commands::Rsync - Simple Rsync Frontend

DESCRIPTION
       With this module	you can	sync 2 directories via the rsync command.

       Version <= 1.0: All these functions will	not be reported.

       All these functions are not idempotent.

DEPENDENCIES
       Expect
	   The Expect Perl module is required to be installed on the machine
	   executing the rsync task.

       rsync
	   The rsync command has to be installed on both machines involved in
	   the execution of the	rsync task.

SYNOPSIS
	use Rex::Commands::Rsync;

	sync "dir1", "dir2";

EXPORTED FUNCTIONS
   sync($source, $dest,	$opts)
       This function executes rsync to sync $source and	$dest.

       If you want to use sudo,	you need to disable requiretty option for this
       user. You can do	this with the following	snippet	in your	sudoers
       configuration.

	Defaults:username !requiretty

       UPLOAD -	Will upload all	from the local directory html to the remote
       directory /var/www/html.
	    task "sync", "server01", sub {
	      sync "html/*", "/var/www/html", {
	       exclude => "*.sw*",
	       parameters => '--backup --delete',
	      };
	    };

	    task "sync", "server01", sub {
	      sync "html/*", "/var/www/html", {
	       exclude => ["*.sw*", "*.tmp"],
	       parameters => '--backup --delete',
	      };
	    };

       DOWNLOAD	- Will download	all from the remote directory /var/www/html to
       the local directory html.
	    task "sync", "server01", sub {
	      sync "/var/www/html/*", "html/", {
	       download	=> 1,
	       parameters => '--backup',
	      };
	    };

perl v5.24.1			  2016-07-16	       Rex::Commands::Rsync(3)

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