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does anyone use a tool or shell script to replicate a directory from one machine to another

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does anyone use a tool or shell script to replicate a directory from one machine to another
using FTP ?

i have two redhat 9 machines and i want the one machine to log into the other through FTP and copy all files to its same directory in sense replicating itself !!!!!

any ideas ?
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Another vote for rsync - the 'best of the best' tool for file replication.
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