Need a script to continuously sync files from two remote machines via rsync and sftp

Hello,
I'm setting up two servers and I need to configure one of them to monitor two folders and sync everything of that folder to another server via sftp. I was thinking of using rsync to do this.

This is what I need.

Server one (main server that has all the uploaded files) - IP: 192.168.1.125

Folders that need to be synced:
/var/www/images_uploads/
/var/www/video_uploads/

These to folders need to be synced continuously to another server via sftp using rsync

Server Two (synced server) - IP: 192.168.1.126
Images will be saved to: /var/www/website/images/
Videos will be saved to: /var/www/website/videos/

How can I do this? is there a place online were I can find a tutorial on how to accomplish this? or maybe already a script that I could modify to my needs?

Thanks
cmercado_mirandaAsked:
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TintinCommented:
A simple matter of doing
rsync -av -e ssh /var/www/images_uploads/* 192.168.1.126:/var/www/website/images/
rsync -av -e ssh /var/www/video_uploads/* 192.168.1.126:/var/www/website/videos/

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cmercado_mirandaAuthor Commented:
Thanks Tintin,

Just to make sure... that's for maintianing two synced servers, right. How about if I want to sync one way only. From my main server (192.168.1.125) to copy to the other server (192.168.1.126). What would be the params to be changed? What if I want to set login credentials in that same command line (so this way I can create an automatic cron job) what extra params do I need to add?
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TintinCommented:
It's a one way sync.  To automate the process you just need to setup ssh keys.

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