RsyncOSX is a GUI ontop of the command line utility
rsync, no more no less. Rsync is a file-based tool for transferring and synchronization of files. RsyncOSX supports both synchronize and snapshot tasks. There is no custom solution for the synchronized archive. And you can quit utilizing RsyncOSX (and rsync) at any time and still have access to all synchronized files.
The release is signed and notarized.
- the latest version of RsyncOSX is compiled with support for macOS Big Sur and later
- RsyncOSX is built as Universal macOS Binary.
RsyncOSX can also be installed by homebrew
brew install --cask rsyncosx
How to setup remote servers
Utilizing RsyncOSX to synchronize files to remote servers requires some setup. There are two options to setup passwordless logins. The advised setup is by utilizing ssh-keys.
Snapshots is not possible with rsync daemon setup.
How to add and execute single tasks
It is easy to add a first configuration and execute your first synchronize task.
How to add parameters to rsync
Rsync has a ton of parameters. In user selected parameters you can add your own additional parameters to rsync. There is also a set of default rsync parameters.
Snapshots, quick backup and scheduling
Snapshot is an effective method for saving changes and deleted files. You can also execute a group of tasks. If you want to schedule daily or weekly synchronize or snapshot tasks, add a schedule in RsyncOSX and execute by the menu app.
How to restore
Sometimes you need to restore files. Either execute a full restore or file by file.
There are a few user selected options.
RsyncOSX config files
Where does RsyncOSX stores the config files?
And there is some info about how to compile RsyncOSX.