Syncronize limitation?

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Syncronize limitation?

Hi,
I have a script executing a number of synchronizing commands with a Synology unit. One of the commands doesn't complete. The folder being synchronized has 1,861 folders and 16,625 files totaling 79.6 GB. The synchronize stops after about 1,040 folders (including sub folders), 9,281 files, and 46.4 GB. It doesn't error out, it just stops and continues to the next synchronize command in the script.

Are there limits on the synchronize command?

TIA,
Greg

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Re: Syncronize limitation?

mpg wrote:

Hi,
I have a script executing a number of synchronizing commands with a Synology unit. One of the commands doesn't complete. The folder being synchronized has 1,861 folders and 16,625 files totaling 79.6 GB. The synchronize stops after about 1,040 folders (including sub folders), 9,281 files, and 46.4 GB. It doesn't error out, it just stops and continues to the next synchronize command in the script.

Are there limits on the synchronize command?

TIA,
Greg

I should also mention that this is an initial seed sychronize. The folders do not exist on the Synology unit. So the synchronize is copying the files to the Synology unit for the first time.

I just realized that I posted to the wrong forum and I don't see any way to move the inquiry. Bad me.

Greg

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Re: Syncronize limitation?

Please attach a log file showing the problem (using the latest version of WinSCP).

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