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I'm using rsync to mirror/transfer files between a remote server and my loc=
al server. I've recently been given some new transfer requirements --- I n=
ow have transfer files from the remote to local server in a "reverse timeli=
ke" fashion; i.e., I have to transfer most-recently modified/created files =
first and then work backwards in time. From what I've read in the document=
ation, I don't think rsync can do this for me. Can it? If not, is it an "=
easy" modification to make? How would one go about doing it? Thanks.

Joe

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I'm using rsync to mirror/transfer files between a remote server and my loc=
al server.  I've recently been given some new transfer requirements --=
- I now have transfer files from the remote to local server in a "reverse t=
imelike" fashion; i.e., I have to transfer most-recently modified/created f=
iles first and then work backwards in time.  From what I've read in th=
e documentation, I don't think rsync can do this for me.  Can it?&nbsp=
; If not, is it an "easy" modification to make?  How would one go abou=
t doing it?  Thanks.

Joe


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51N1653A' target=3D'_new'>See the top 12 foods to eat organic.

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