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NAME

       csync - A commandline frontent for csync a user level bidirectional file synchronizer.

SYNOPSIS

       csync [OPTION...] SOURCE DESTINATION

DESCRIPTION

       csync is a client only bidirectional file synchronizer. It synchronizes the content of
       SOURCE with DESTINATION and vice versa. The DESTINATION can be a local directory or a
       remote file server.

       You can use csync for different things. The intention is to provide Roaming Home
       Directories for Linux but you can use it to synchronize your music collection or create a
       backup of a directory.

OPTIONS

       --create-statedb
           Run update detection and write the statedb (TESTING ONLY!)

       -d, --disable-statedb
           Disable the usage and creation of a statedb.

       --exclude-file=<file>
           Add an additional exclude file

       -r, --reconcile
           Run ONLY update detection and reconcilation This option is for debugging

       -u, --update
           Run ONLY the update detection This option is for debugging

       -?, --help
           Print the help list

       -V, --version
           Print program version

EXIT STATUS

       0
           Success

       1
           Failure (syntax or usage error; configuration error; unexpected error).

EXAMPLES

       ·   csync /home/user /backup/home/user

               Synchronizer two local directories.

       ·   csync /home/user smb://server/share/user

               Synchronize a home directory with a SMB share.

       ·   csync /home/user smb://user:password@server/share/user

               Synchronize a home directory with a SMB share and provide username and
               password directly.

BUGS

       Please report bugs at https://dev.csync.org/.

SEE ALSO

       libcsync(7)

AUTHORS

       Andreas Schneider <mail@cynapses.org>

COPYING

       Copyright \(c) 2006-2008 Andreas Schneider. Free use of this software is granted under the
       terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL).

[FIXME: source]                             12/13/2008                                   CSYNC(1)