Creates and updates a local spare system disk
'rfs' creates and updates a local spare system disk. The main goal is to "quickly" recover a working system after a crash, "quickly" meaning the time it takes to reboot the machine. rfs stands for "replication of filesystems". Like rsyncbackup, rfs is built on top of rsync.
released on 24 February 2005
|License||Verified by||Verified on||Notes|
|GPLv2orlater||Janet Casey||24 February 2005|
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|Required to use||sed 3.95 or later|
|Required to use||rsync 2.5.6 or later|
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