EchoSync keeps syncing the same dirs because all the files are 2 seconds shifted-up.
So bad .... makes EchoSync useless1 vote
Echosync has already a setting to round timestamp: the FileTimeStampDigitsTolerance setting with a default value to 7.
This means that milliseconds are ignored when comparing the timestamp of the last modification of the files. But you can not add more tolerance unless you take the risk that modified files are not taken into account for synchronization. Using a file system with a 2-second date resolution like FAT, created in 1977, should not be encouraged. I recommend to use use more modern file system like exFAT or NTFS for your USB keys.
634417492467554589 == 12:07:26:755 <— 0 MIN
634417492467554650 == 12:07:26:755
634417492467554300 == 12:07:26:755
34417492467554000 == 12:07:26:755
34417492467550000 == 12:07:26:755
634417492467500000 == 12:07:26:750
634417492467000000 == 12:07:26:700
634417492460000000 == 12:07:26:000 <— 7 MAX
634417492400000000 == 12:07:20:000
634417492000000000 == 12:06:40:000
When we sync we should have a pause button if we need our disk for another task.6 votes
To be able to know on one sight if a sync will overwrite newer destination file and if we must move it by hand before sync
By the way, thanks a lot for Echosync and Metatogger. Theses are great pieces of sofwares !3 votes
So we can use hidden share names (ended by $)0 votes
You can already use the Windows task manager to schedule execution of profiles.
To allow user to recover deleted file, deleted files can be backed up for a while1 vote
Echosync is more a synchronization tool than a backup one. You can always disable the synchronization of missing files.
Please install free configurable actions before beginning syncing and after finishing syncing, e.g. like Cobian Backup 11 from Luis Cobian.
This is e.g. very important for sending informations about Echosync status to the clients.
Echosync ist very quick and great - an ideal possibility for managing a standby server.
Thank you very much, best regards
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