New answers tagged

0

You can use this Robocopy command to backup data with incremental backup mode. SET source="Type you source path"; SET dest="Type you destination path"; robocopy %source% %dest% /S /COPYALL /NP /TEE /R:3 /W:3 /Log:c:\Documents\logs.txt


0

Go with the following: for /d %d in (c:\results\1319_TC1.*) do robocopy "%d" "\\datastore\somefolder\%~nxd" /E /W:0 /R:0 /XO /XJ Here we use Windows command for with a /d swith to loop over all directories of 1319_TC1.* and the for command would store each directory name, the full pathname c:\results\1319_TC1.* .. one by one in the variable %d. With the ...


0

I dont know if that was clear. I want to move files (older than 3 years) from Server A to Server B so that Server A saves disks space. The employees shouldnt notice anything cause the see the same files as usual but in reality the files are located on Server B. These are 1000s of files. So the process should be: Move file (older that 3 years) from A to B ...


-1

Did you try to right click on the folder (in the new destination) and make shortcut to your desktop and after copy the shortcut to the old source ? I think, if you make that by pointing the new share by his complete path (ex : \192.168.1.1\Files_Share) it will be able to work.


0

Part of the failure is using a trailing \ in Robocopy when referring to a directory - which is a no-no - as Robocopy tries to interpret it as an escape character. Almost everyone makes this mistake in one way or another with Robocopy. With that in mind, this example will work: /XD "*\Bar" If you wanted to match a more specific folder structure (so as not ...


0

My 2 cents worth. Having recovered from a server crash caused by a faulty UPS, I can add the following experiential info. Robocopy (or in my case xcopy) does just that, copy files. There is no rollback, versioning or 'aggregation' into a "system specific filetype." The huge problem was, of course, in order to read the server backup files I needed an ...


1

I have no evidence, but I believe this is a simple display bug in the job summary. It is caused by the usage of the /mt switch. Other people noticed that "the progress monitors don’t seem accurate in multi-threaded mode". If you don't need a multi-threaded value of 32, you can remove the switch altogether and robocopy will fallback to a multi-threaded ...



Top 50 recent answers are included