I want to make two directories synchronized. I know there is a
robocopy /MIR command in Windows that can achieve this. Ex:
robocopy D:\test1 E:\Backup /MIR
When there is a file updated or deleted, the backup directory can keep synchronization.
I have tried in Linux through the
rsync command like this:
rsync -a /usr/test /usr/backup
but when I delete a file under
/usr/test and then run this command, the deleted file still exists in
/backup/test — the two directories can't keep asynchronization. So, how can I achieve the synchronization of two directories in Linux?