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unison: -force only on conflict

According to Unison Manual, using -force <root>: Including the preference -force root causes Unison to resolve all differences (even non-conflicting changes) in favor of root. However, I ...
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Why unison does not run in cronjob?

I want two way data sync between two CentOS based servers, so I installed Unison on both of my CentOS servers. I made a script file on root which runs unison and works fine, and syncs the files, when ...
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Linux bidirectional file sync over a WAN with immediate/incremental syncing

Does anyone know of a solution that lets you sync files bidirectionally over a WAN, but also syncs immediately/incrementally? Basically Unison is perfect for the file syncing, but it doesn't sync ...
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Is there a global config file for Unison synchronization tool?

I'd like all my unison profiles to have merge = Name * -> meld CURRENT1 CURRENT2 diff = /usr/bin/meld CURRENT1 CURRENT2 confirmmerge = true as options. I know I can add these options to each ...
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2answers
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Watching for Unison errors

We've implemented a folder sync across two servers sitting in two different data centres using Unison. It's crucial for us that this folder sync work as expected as our SLAs depend on the data being ...
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sync a directory between OSX and Ubuntu

I need a good way to sync a directory between my OSX 10.6 laptop and my Ubuntu Desktop. Dropbox would obviously be a great choice, however the directory I need to sync is owned by root on both ...
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Synchronizing very large folder structures

We have a folder structure on our intranet which contains around 800,000 files divvied up into around 4,000 folders. We need to synchronize this to a small cluster of machines in our DMZs. The depth ...