Linux/Mac Terminal Tutorial: How To Use The rsync Command – Sync Files Locally and Remotely

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In this Linux/Mac terminal tutorial, we will be learning how to use the rsync command. The rsync command will allow you to sync file and directories on your local machine or even over a network between servers. This is a great tool for running back ups, for only copying diffs, or even for deploying segments of code. Let’s get started.

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