Solved Block/file level replication windows 10

MiritTomi

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I have a Laptop contains windows 10 and I need to sync 60G to windows server 2016 which is in a different network (100km far away ), then I would like to have a nightly daily sync process that syncs the updates only without having to copy the entire 60 gigabytes every time. So essentially a delta or block-level sync and then file-level sync. So, what is the easiest way to get this going?

Mirit
 
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Having a look around this article seems to provide a good overview on how to use the incremental feature of Robocopy to sync only changes:

https://www.ubackup.com/backup-restore/robocopy-incremental-backup-1021.html

My experience of doing this sort of thing on Windows however is quite limited; though I have used rsync in the past on Linux with great success to run offsite backups for various projects including a live ecommerce site.

If you could potentially have the data on Linux machines at both source and destination rsync may be an option, otherwise I do believe there are ports of rsync to Windows though these might be quite tricky to install and use.

Alternatively there’s a couple of open source projects that should do what you’re looking to achieve:

https://rdiff-backup.net/ 1

An older piece of software:

http://www.aboutmyip.com/AboutMyXApp/DeltaCopy.jsp 1

None of these offer an off the shelf solution as such and will require some reading of the documentation but if you’re setting up automated batch processes / scheduled it should be fairly easy to script these.

Also maybe you would take a look at Gs Richcopy 360 or Beyond Sync ,both support Block/file level replication , resume transfer, multiple devices sync , and many other useful features .
 

MiritTomi

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Thank You my problem solved, We already took a look at all these tools and we finally go with Gs Richcopy 360, it works very well
 

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