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Simple rsync server running in a docker container
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Simple rsync server running in a docker container

This is based off of with a few modifications. That project provides a volume for a docker mount, where as this provides just a simple, unauthenticated rsync server.

This is meant to be a temporary, disposable rsync storage. Do NOT use for backups.


Launch the container via docker:

docker run -d -p 873 -e "USERNAME:myuser" -e "PASSWORD:mypassword" bfosberry/rsync

You can connect to rsync server inside a container like this:

$ rsync rsync://<docker>:<port>/
data          data directory

To sync:

$ rsync -avP /path/to/dir rsync://<docker>:<port>/data/


In default, rsync server accepts a connection only from and for security reasons.
You can override via an environment variable like this:

$ docker run -d -p 873 -e ALLOW=' x.x.x.x/y' bfosberry/rsync
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