To start, excellent program!
I'm trying to sync my Linux home server with my Windows XP work machine. I create this script:
option batch on
option confirm off
synchronize local c:\homebackup /data
It's been running successfully, until one session failed with an partially transferred file. Now I get this error:
Local 'c:\homebackup\profiles\lea\Desktop\CSA\2-8-2005_files' <= Remote '/data/profiles/lea/Desktop/CSA/2-8-2005_files'
zlsSetup_55_062_011.exe | 0 kB | 0.0 kB/s | binary | 0%
Target directory contains partially transfered file 'zlsSetup_55_062_011.exe'.
o you want to resume file transfer? Note: Answering 'No' would delete partially
transfered file and restart transfer.
(Y)es, (N)o, (A)bort: Abort
Session 'firstname.lastname@example.org' closed.
I understand what is going on, but this is an unnatended process, so I can't be there to answer. I checked the documentation (gasp!!) and it seems the "option batch on" should answer a "no" to that question. So is this a bugor I didn't understand the documentation?
Version is 3.7.4 (build 271).