A directory synchronizer.
DirSync is a directory synchronizer that takes a source and destination directory as arguments and recursively ensures that the two directories are identical. It can be used to create incremental copies of large chunks of data. For example, if your file server's contents are in the directory /data, you can make a copy in a directory called /backup with the command "dirsync /data /backup"; The first time you run it, all data will be copied. On subsequent runs, only the changed files are copied.
released on 11 April 2006
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