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title: Backup a remote server with Rsync on macOS or Linux layout: page version: os:

  • macOS
  • Linux source: date: 2017-01-01 00:00:00 +0200 categories: dev

Rsync is perfect to incrementally backup a remote server on macOS or Linux:

rsync -a user@128.138.148.15:/srv/users/username/apps/sync-this "/Volumes/Server Backup/"

rsync The program we're using -a archive mode user The user we're using to connect to the server. @128.138.148.15 The server we're connecting to. :/srv/users/username/apps/sync-this The folder you want to backup. "/Volumes/Server Backup/" The - local - backup destination.

The reason I'm using the quotation mark for "/Volumes/Server Backup/" is that there's a space between Server and Backup.