Updating with a delta file linux
This are the parameters that I frequently use, as I am usually backing up personal files and this doesn't contain things such as symlinks, but another very useful parameter to use rsync with is the parameter -a.also makes the copy recursive and preserve the modification times, but additionally it copies the symlinks that it encounters as symlinks, preserve the permissions, preserve the owner and group information, and preserve device and special files.
) - Prints help for given commands history (hs) - History of pisi operations index (ix) - Index Pi Si files in a given directory info - Display package information install (it) - Install Pi Si packages list-available (la) - List available packages in the repositories list-components (lc) - List available components list-installed (li) - Print the list of all installed packages list-newest (ln) - List newest packages in the repositories list-pending (lp) - List pending packages list-repo (lr) - List repositories list-sources (ls) - List available sources list-upgrades (lu) - List packages to be upgraded rebuild-db (rdb) - Rebuild Databases remove (rm) - Remove Pi Si packages remove-repo (rr) - Remove repositories search (sr) - Search packages search-file (sf) - Search for a file update-repo (ur) - Update repository databases upgrade (up) - Upgrade Pi Si packages Use "eopkg help PS (to above) If anyone is interested in using 'clicompanion' for solus (along with other linux commands) and doesn't want to add them one by one (a bit tedious).. file Change access permissions, change mode chown ? owner group, file Change the owner and/or group of each given file dmesg Print kernel & driver messages history | grep -i ? file Find files (updatedb to update DB) sudo updatedb update the database for locate which ? Display total size of all files and directories under current directory ls -ltr List files, most recently modified last ls -l Ad .[^.]* List all files and directories starting with a dot (all hidden files and directories) sudo lsof -c ?This is useful if you are copying the entire home folder of a user, or if you are copying system folders somewhere else.We can escape spaces and rare characters just as in bash, by the use of \ before any whitespace and rare character.First, we create and edit this file in our favorite text editor, in this example I use gedit, but you may use kate, Vim, nano, or any other text editor: provide us is immense, we can define exactly which files we want to transfer, what specific files we want to compress, what files we want to delete in the destination folder if this files exists, and we can deal with system files as well, for more information we can use I leave the information concerning backups out of this post, as this will be covered, together with the automation of the backups, in an incoming post.It is possible to run rsync on Windows with the use of cygwin, however I don't have a Windows box available at the moment (nor do I plan to aquire one in the foreseeable future), so even thought I have done it I can't post about this.