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Thu, 09 Apr 2009 11:54:10 -0400
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>From the TRAMP info file:
`rsync' -- `ssh' and `rsync'
Using the `ssh' command to connect securely to the remote machine
and the `rsync' command to transfer files is almost identical to
the `scp' method.
While `rsync' performs much better than `scp' when transferring
files that exist on both hosts, this advantage is lost if the file
exists only on one side of the connection.
That's pretty un-specific. *Where*, exactly, does the file need to
exist on both machines in order to get this advantage?
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