Re: windows dynamic storage
Noah Dain wrote:
you can use volume shadow copy in xp and 2003 to create filesystem
level snapshots manually with a few tools. then you can rsync the
cygwin apps (rsync, openssh, other goodies to make life with windows a
little more bearable):
Robocopy seems to work extremely well, has anybody seen any troubles using
it at all?
Is robocopy any less good than rsync?
I think, but am not sure, that robocopy checks file / date times (modified
or created) and then only acts if these provide a trigger. I don't think
that a binary difference in the file (like a corrupted file) will be picked
up if the date times are identical -- is this the same with rsync? Or am I
incorrect with my theory with any of this?
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