Alternative rsync client for Windows
Gilbert (Gang) Chen
gchen at acrosync.com
Fri Apr 11 15:39:39 MDT 2014
We haven't done any head-to-head comparison with cwrsync (which we should
do once it becomes more stable), but the performance has never been an
issue for us. For instance, between two VMs on the same machine, the
transfer rate can easily exceed 50MB/s.
The Acrosync Team
On Fri, Apr 11, 2014 at 2:48 AM, Fabian Cenedese <Cenedese at indel.ch> wrote:
> At 18:41 08. 04. 2014, Gilbert (Gang) Chen wrote:
> >Hi, there,
> > We're pleased to announce the open beta of Acrosync, a native rsync
> client for Windows. Key features include:
> > * Easy install, no more dependency on cygwin
> > * Simple GUI, one click to start the sync
> > * sync over ssh for security, or directly with an rsync daemon
> > * For ssh, no need to set up password-less login
> > * Built-in file system monitor to upload changed files instantly
> (just like Dropbox)
> > * Support hourly incremental snapshot creation (just like Time
> > * Can invoke Volume Shadow Copy Service to upload locked files
> Do you have speed comparisons against cwrsync? Especially with many
> small files, big directories etc. If bandwidth is limiting then this may
> make a big difference. However a (local) check if the most part is already
> uptodate could be sped up.
> bye Fabi
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