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rsync wrapper for simple pushing of incremental backups
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rsnappush(1) - rsync-based pushed incremental snapshot
rsnappush [-h] [-r RSYNC_OPT] [-q] SOURCE_PATH [ACCOUNT:]DEST_PATH
rsnappush is a wrapper around rsync(1) to assist in file-level incremental snapshots that are pushed to a destination. Unchanged files are hard-linked. Files are plainly laid out in a directory for each snapshot: DEST_PATH/backup-YYYYmmdd-HHMM/ for easy access and restoration.
SOURCE_PATH is any local path.
DEST_PATH is a path, local or remote. If remote, ACCOUNT specifies an ssh(1)-compatible account description, such as USER@HOST.
Additionally, under DEST_PATH there is a permissions/ directory created that has compressed output from getfacl(1). setfacl(1) can be used to restore permissions from this file once it is uncompressed.
rsnappush is released under the Mozilla Public License 2.0 https://opensource.org/licenses/MPL-2.0.