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== Information about the sync-service ==
 
== Information about the sync-service ==
sync.uib.no is a synchronization service that is available for login from outside the UiB network. The services that are provided at sync.uib.no are primarily file copy and synchronization of data from and to the home directory and common areas. sync is set up exclusively for use with file transfer tools. If you need console access, please use [[login.uib.no|login.uib.no]].
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sync.uib.no is a synchronization service that is available for login from outside the UiB network. The services that are provided at sync.uib.no are primarily file copy and synchronization of data from and to the home directory and common areas. sync is set up exclusively for use with file transfer tools.
  
 
From 17.01.2013 sync.uib.no runs on RedHat Enterprise Linux 6
 
From 17.01.2013 sync.uib.no runs on RedHat Enterprise Linux 6
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* [http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~bcpierce/unison/ unison]
 
* [http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~bcpierce/unison/ unison]
  
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== User guides ==
 
=== Copying files with scp / sftp in Windows ===
 
=== Copying files with scp / sftp in Windows ===
Use [[WinSCP]] or [[https://it.uib.no/en/SSH_Secure_Shell| SSH Secure File Transfer]] or any other application that talks scp / sftp and contact sync.uib.no on port 22 with the ssh / scp / sftp protocol.
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Use [[WinSCP]] or [[SSH_Secure_Shell|SSH Secure File Transfer]] or any other application that talks scp / sftp and contact sync.uib.no on port 22 with the ssh / scp / sftp protocol.
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=== Copying files with Unison on Windows / Mac / Linux ===
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Unison is a two-way synchronization tool. It is easy to use, has a graphical user interfaces, are quick (Unison uses rsync algortimen which transmits only part of the file that has been modified) and has an effective and easy to understand conflict management.
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[[Unison|More information about Unison]]
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=== Copying files with rsync on Mac / Linux ===
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==== Copying from sync to local linux ====
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<pre>
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rsync -vr username@sync.uib.no:directory/file .
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</pre>
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Dot means "current directory", it is also possible to specify path.
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==== Copy from local linux to sync ====
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<pre>
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rsync -vr directory/file username@sync.uib.no:.
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</pre>
  
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Latest revision as of 10:19, 17 April 2020


Information about the sync-service

sync.uib.no is a synchronization service that is available for login from outside the UiB network. The services that are provided at sync.uib.no are primarily file copy and synchronization of data from and to the home directory and common areas. sync is set up exclusively for use with file transfer tools.

From 17.01.2013 sync.uib.no runs on RedHat Enterprise Linux 6

Available software

Currently, the following tools available for file transfer:

User guides

Copying files with scp / sftp in Windows

Use WinSCP or SSH Secure File Transfer or any other application that talks scp / sftp and contact sync.uib.no on port 22 with the ssh / scp / sftp protocol.

Copying files with Unison on Windows / Mac / Linux

Unison is a two-way synchronization tool. It is easy to use, has a graphical user interfaces, are quick (Unison uses rsync algortimen which transmits only part of the file that has been modified) and has an effective and easy to understand conflict management. More information about Unison

Copying files with rsync on Mac / Linux

Copying from sync to local linux

rsync -vr username@sync.uib.no:directory/file .

Dot means "current directory", it is also possible to specify path.

Copy from local linux to sync

rsync -vr directory/file username@sync.uib.no:.