Topic "Synchronising / Searching"

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FlyingEagle

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hi,

there's a function to synchronise a local directory with a remote dir ... why only in this way?
with other words, it would be nice to sync a remote dir with an local dir to keep the local dir up to date.

is there a way to make a function for searching files remote?
a recursive function for search couldn't be the problem - or?

regards
fly
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FlyingEagle wrote:
to keep the local dir up to date.


automaticallz, not manualy!

regards II
flz
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FlyingEagle wrote:
there's a function to synchronise a local directory with a remote dir ... why only in this way?
with other words, it would be nice to sync a remote dir with an local

Synchronization works from remote to local also. Keep dir up to date is different function, which cannot be implemented from remote to local.

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is there a way to make a function for searching files remote?
a recursive function for search couldn't be the problem - or?

It is on TODO list.
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Martin Prikryl
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I use scp 3.8.2

When I synchronize local target with remote source, the files have correct time stamps, but the local directories all have current time (different from time on remote).

I would like to have the ability to copy the time stamp of directories too.
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