Syncs local file changes to a server over RSync via SSH
Make sure you have added your local public key to the servers
Else SSH will wait for password to be entered by user.
- Python 2.7 (Developed and Tested)
- Clone/Download this Repo
python setup.py install
- Copy the default YAML file to
~(users home directory).
From Terminal, run
This will start a file listener on the local source directory and push changes to the server source directory.
synclady sync: Watches over local path defined in source in YAML configuration file
synclady pull: Replaces local directory with server contents (use only once when you starting the application for the first time)
synclady resync: Pushes all changes which were made when local system was offline and pulls new server contents
This YAML is automatically created in the
~ (users home directory) directory.
It holds all the configuration attributes for Synclady.
source: Local path to be watched, and server path to be synced with
endpoints: Hash of each file/folder action which should ping to an API endpoint
source: local: /Users/username/data/ server: /uploads/username/ ip: firstname.lastname@example.org endpoints: file_create: "http://192.168.1.1/api/files/create" file_destroy: "http://192.168.1.1/api/files/destroy" folder_destroy: "http://192.168.1.1/api/folders/destroy"
All Synclady logs are maintained at
- Pulling servers contents periodically to local directory
- Pushing files and folders which were deleted when local was offline to server
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