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How to keep two directories on two unconnected machines in sync via emailing of delta-archives

My situation is that I have two directories on two different computers (one Windows machine, OSX machine) and I need to keep the two directories on the two machines in sync (= mirrored), so that they ...
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Backup files from Linux client to Windows Server

I'm trying to backup my files from my Linux box to my Windows Server 2008 as a push, and when I delete them from my Linux box, they remain on my Windows Server. I've found lots of sources that are ...
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two-way sync between mac and unix

I would like to work on a directory on two different macs and have access to a unix server that I ssh into. I would like to just start a script at the end of the day that let's me upload all my ...
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Will the option NOATIME in /etc/fstab ruin my Unison synchronizations?

I read here in ArchWiki that the option noatime can improve hard disk performance and durability: The use of noatime, nodiratime or relatime can improve drive performance. Linux by default uses ...
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Syncing or version controlling virtualbox VMs

I recently set up a handy Arch Linux development environment inside a VirtualBox VM on Windows 7. How can I keep this development environment in version control so I can simply "check out" the ...
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Unison: ignore by size?

rsync has: --max-size=SIZE don't transfer any file larger than SIZE Does unison have a similar option?
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make rsync wait for a confirmation before actually changing files

I am making a synchronization between a local and a remote folder. It happened that I lost one file by a stupid command. I am used to unison and to the way you confirm ("go?") before doing the ...