Rsync using SSH and outputing results to a text file

rsync --delete --stats -zaAxh -e ssh /local_directory/ username@IP_of_remote:/Remote_Directory/ > /Text_file_Directory/backuplog.txt
--delete will delete copies on remote to match local if deleted on local --stats will output the results -z zip -a archive -A preserve ACL -x don't cross filesystem boundaries -h human readable -e specify the remote shell to use

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