I've been using WinSCP for about a year and it is GREAT! Thanks for your tremendous contribution.
I am using WinSCP (v. 3.8.2) to keep a backup of my website (on linux) on my home PC (Windows XP) . I have a large number of directories and more than 30,000 files in them, but only a handful change in a given week, and there are perhaps a hundred additions (new files) in a given day.
Even on my 15Mb fiber optic connection where I get a reliable 8Mbit throughput to my server with pretty fast pings, WinSCP is starting to take a long time to investigate all of those directories.
Would it be possible for WinSCP to do a single recursive look into directories on the remote side and process all of that on the local windows side? Seems to me it would be much faster than the back and forth with all of the latency issues.
Perhaps inclusion of an rsync option would help?
I am hoping that something along these lines can be done, because the amount of time to examine the directories is starting to become too much :( :( :( , and I love my WinSCP!!! :mrgreen: