Message from discussion rsync functionality in Ruby?
From: Bob Hutchison <hu...@recursive.ca>
Subject: Re: rsync functionality in Ruby?
Date: Sun, 2 Sep 2007 00:05:32 +0900
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On 31-Aug-07, at 4:15 PM, dusty wrote:
> I haven't found any either, but I do have a nagios plugin using rsync
> to check the timestamps on remote files over rsync. New to posting
> here, whats the best way to post code? Include it inline? I'd be
> happy to share if you want it. I basically use open4 to call rsync
> and then parse the results. It might be helpful in your wheel
> project. :)
Is this rsync+ssh? If so, what did you handle passwords when making
the connection (I wound up going though disgusting conniptions using
expect)? I know that you can avoid login by setting up .ssh/
known_hosts but that is frowned upon in some circles.
> Dusty Doris
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