System administration command. Remote file distribution client program. rdist maintains identical copies of files over multiple hosts. It reads commands from a file named distfile to direct the updating of files and/or directories. An alternative distfile can be specified with the -f option or the -c option.
Do not update filesystems with fewer than num bytes free.
Interpret the arguments as a small distfile, where login is the user to log in as, host is the destination host, name is the local file to transfer, and dest is the remote name where the file should be installed.
Define var to have value. This option defines or overrides variable definitions in the distfile. Set the variable var to value.
Read input from file (by default, distfile). If file is -, read from standard input.
Specify logging options on the local machine.
Update only machine. May be specified multiple times for multiple machines.
Suppress normal execution. Instead, print the commands that would have been executed.
Specify one or more options, which must be comma-separated.
Suppress operations on files that reside on NFS filesystems.
Check filesystem to be sure it is not read-only before attempting to perform updates.
Do not update files that exist on the local host but are symbolic links on the remote host.
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