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GRSYNC-BATCH(1)		      grsync batch runner	       GRSYNC-BATCH(1)

NAME
       GRSYNC-BATCH - Grsync batch session runner

SYNOPSIS
       grsync-batch [-f] [-d] [session_name|file_name]

DESCRIPTION
       GRSYNC-BATCH is a script	which can be used to automate rsync runs using
       grsync sessions (see man	grsync).  for  example	it  can	 be  put  into
       crontab for scheduled execution on terminal, and	to get the results via
       email.

OPTIONS
       GRSYNC-BATCH by default loads the session you specify  on  the  command
       line  from  your	 grsync.ini default configuration file.	if you specify
       the -f option, it will be treated as a file name	to  load  instead.  in
       this  case,  only one session can be present in the file	so there is no
       need to specify the session.  the -d option makes a dry-run, i.e. simu-
       lation (run but don't make any changes)

SEE ALSO
       Website <http://www.opbyte.it/grsync/>, grsync

AUTHOR
       GRSYNC was written by Piero Orsoni <info@opbyte.it>.

       This manual page	was written by Piero Orsoni

0.6				  2007-07-18		       GRSYNC-BATCH(1)

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