shell Replication using robocopy
@ECHO OFF :: turn text output off SETLOCAL :: variables to be local scope FOR /f "tokens=1-4 delims=/ " %%a IN ('date /t') DO (SET dDate=%%c-%%b-%%a) :: sets date variable for naming of files to YYYY-MM-DD format SET _logfile="C:\%dDate%.log" :: specify log file name SET _source="C:\_a\\" :: source location SET _destination="C:\_b\\" :: destination location SET _what=/COPYALL /B /SEC /MIR :: /COPYALL :: copy all file info :: /B :: copy files in backup mode :: /SEC :: copy files with SECurity :: /MIR :: MIRror a directory tree SET _options=/R:0 /W:0 /LOG+:%_logfile% /TS /FP /TEE /BYTES /ETA /NP :: /R:n :: number of Retries :: /W:n :: Wait time between retries :: /LOG :: Output log file (append) :: /TS :: Include Source file Time Stamps in the output. :: /FP :: Include Full Pathname of files in the output. :: /TEE :: Output to console window, as well as the log file. :: /BYTES :: Print sizes as bytes. :: /ETA :: Show Estimated Time of Arrival of copied files. :: /NP :: No Progress (don't show % copied) ROBOCOPY %_source% %_destination% %_what% %_options% :: run command with parameters
Remove /MIR, add /XO and /E for GoLive adaption (copies files over, does not purge or overwrite newer ones).
If using Windows 7, Techrepublic have a good article on using the Multithreaded options.
Also add the /FFT option if backing up to a NAS to avoid re-copy due to timestamp rounding.
Updated: Tuesday 29th May 2012, 08:35pm
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