Unison – An Ultimate Local/Remote File Synchronization Tool for Linux

Avishek Kumar

I am a major in computer science, love to research nix. I love to write codes and scripts, review distros, experiment Foss Technologies, write technical articles, Hack, of course Ethically. I am working as System Administrator (nix) for a NGO.

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7 Responses

  1. Ulath says:

    i am using this for years without any breakage, data loss, etc. it is a very efficient and professional tool.

    @joe: it tracks the changes on both sides, such that you know if a file was deleted on the one side or created on the other.

  2. Andrei says:

    Hello
    I need to install unison on CentOS 7. I installed EPEL, it is enabled but it doesn’t find unison in the repo.
    I also looked at the repo content here:
    http://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/beta/7/x86_64/

    But there is no unison package. Perhaps it wasn’t compiled yet for CentOS 7?

  3. Daniel Noberto says:

    Hi Avishek.
    How are you friend?
    I read your article about Unison.
    If I understood, the Unison do the same that rsync. So, my question is, what the advantage of the Unison about Rsync?

    Regards
    Daniel Noberto

  4. Joe says:

    What does this offer over just rsync and a gui?

  5. abilash says:

    Thanks for this wonderful Tool…!

  6. scott says:

    I enjoy you articles.
    FYI
    GNU Public License

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