I need a script to run every x amount of minutes on a Raspberry Pi running raspbian linux.
I need it to try and connect to a SMB share on the network, and if successful it should compare the remote files and folder structure with that of a local folder. The local folder will always be the master, so deletes, renames, moves etc in the local should be replicated on the remote. If something is deleted from the remote it should be restored from the local folder.
This is going to be used to transfer CNC job files to the router when it next comes online
Hi, Looks like this can be done with rsync, provided that the user executing the script should have the write permission on your remote (SMB) folder to do the delete or restore etc. Pleae ping me if interested, w Plus
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What I see happening here is just a simple .sh file, but also a routine cron job to make sure that it runs every few minutes.
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Sounds like a very simple project. I already have the solution in mind: - For scheduling, we can use cron, or even systemd timer, depends on which OS you're running on your RBPi - Synchronizing folder structure could Plus
which system manager do you use? absolutely systemd? if yeah, I can write systemd unit for you instead. contact through linkedin messages.
I am working as an Linux server Administrator and have experience with Servers and Backup automation using shell scripting.
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I have extensive experience with raspberry pi's and have implemented such project already with great success.
Hi We can map the cifs share for your Linux and create a good script to synchronize one-way using some powerful linux commands. We can save all the actions in log files and, if desired, send some log reports by e-mai Plus