syncronize -latest

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Saul1
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syncronize -latest

Hello,
I want to copy the latest file out of a couple of files to my cloud and . I use now:

# delete all files in the cloud
rm /laufwerk-f/*.*
# copy latest file to the cloud
put G:\Server-EDFB\Server-EDFB-image\image*full*.tib /laufwerk-f/ -latest
put G:\Server-EDFB\Server-EDFB-public\public*full*.tib /laufwerk-f/ -latest
put G:\Server-EDFB\Server-EDFB-disk\disk*full*.tib /laufwerk-f/ -latest
... 10 more rows

It works, but takes up to 10 hours to update. *full*.tib changes only every 10 to 15 days.

May be "syncronize remote G:\Server-EDFB\Server-EDFB-image\image*full*.tib /laufwerk-f/ -latest" would be better, but it will not work. Do anyone have a solution?

Thanks
Wolfgang

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Re: syncronize -latest

Saul1 wrote:

It works, but takes up to 10 hours to update. *full*.tib changes only every 10 to 15 days.
What exactly takes those 10 hours? Did you check session log file?

May be "syncronize remote G:\Server-EDFB\Server-EDFB-image\image*full*.tib /laufwerk-f/ -latest" would be better, but it will not work. Do anyone have a solution?
Why do you thing that synchronize would be faster?

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