I just found this and thought some of you might find it useful - if you put this in an executable .command file (or attach it to a key combo in iKey, Butler or similar) it saves time compared to hunting down the button on the tab on the prefpane on the System Prefs app...
The dotmacsyncclient app has some interesting (and dangerous) options built into it - see dotmacsyncclient help all for details (for example, dotmacsyncclient syncstatus will list all the synced items with their last sync datestamp and whether successful or not).
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