Topic "DOS Batch File to Synchronize"

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shcsbaker
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Looking for a tutorial on how to create a DOS Batch file to sync computer A to Computer B. I keep getting myself turned around.. Should I use a script file? Can it be done in a single line of code?

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Kevin
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martin
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See https://winscp.net/eng/docs/guide_automation

You can use a single-line command too:

winscp.com /command "open sftp://user@host/" "synchronize remote c:\local\path\ /remote/path/" "exit"
shcsbaker
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Thank you! Just what I needed
shcsbaker
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I'm using the one line example and I get a transfer rate of 250 KB/s... starts out high, but within a second or two drops down to 250 KB/s, same results if I use the GUI. If I use Filezilla, windows version, not command line, I get 4x the upload speed.. am I doing something wrong?
martin
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What version of WinSCP are you using? Did you try the latest?
shcsbaker
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This was my fault.. the server I was sending to only had 2mbps internet... not sure how I was seeing the faster speeds, retested on both and both are 250kbs

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Kevin
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