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Project Summary

This project has moved to http://iaslanidis.github.com/pylsyncd/

Pylsyncd is a python implementation similar to lsyncd that uses rsync to synchronize local directories with several remote machines running rsyncd. Pylsyncd monitors recursively a set of directories using pyinotify, a pure Python module used for monitoring filesystems changes that relies on inotify.

The main advantage of pylsyncd against lsyncd is that it uses message queues in order to synchronize in a parallel way several destination servers, saving up time when it is required to have more than one destination. It has been tested in heavy loaded environments.


inotify pyinotify pylsyncd python rsync sync synchronize

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Apr 27 2018 — May 27 2018

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