Grsync is used to synchronize folders, files and make backups. It is a rsync GUI (Graphical User Interface).
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Ha Ha Ha! You got me! Not labeling the entry fields for Source and Destination led me to get them backwards. Didn't realize until I looked at net traffic in the System Monitor and saw the flow was INWARD at 100 Mbit/s. Confirmed that the files on the server weren't updating. when I rebooted I got ERROR: No room on device. So I spent too much time re-installing the Linux OS, updating, restoring apps, etc., etc., etc. I hope you enjoy the joke more than I do. The GUI is much less complex than the command line. But one thing bothers me in setting up the transfer points. The heading "Source and Destination" only implies that source is the top field and destination is below--they are not explicitly labeled. When I saw my client RECEIVING data at 100 Mbit/s I panicked for a bit at the possibility that I had reversed the two. A better label would help. Also would like to see something in the documentation about how much reverse traffic to expect.