a modular python-based file synchronization tool
Parsley keeps a configured set of places in file systems in sync on a regular basis.
Those file systems can live on remote machines and become mounted by means of sshfs at runtime automatically.
- Keeps local and ssh file systems in sync - Has a mechanism for metadata synchronization (tags, rating, ...) - Robust infrastructure with working retry and error handling - Alternative modes - move to sink mode: always moves all files from the source to a sink and so keep the source empty. - Flexible and extensible api
released on 9 September 2016
29 October 2016
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 13 April 2018.
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