If you could compare source and destination files and overwrite if source file is newer, or a different size would be great. At the moment, even if a destination file is deleted, the FTP sync does not copy the file to the destination.18 votes
It would be great if content can be hashed and files would only be transferred if content has changed (thus reducing transfer of files whose timestamp change, but content remains the same).15 votes
Make FTPSync support two-way sync - e.g. transfers from destination to source, if destination has changed.13 votes
Feature request: Allow for the ignoring of files that are older than X days (hours, minutes) old.6 votes
It would be great to have a switch that would instruct FTPSync to only return an errorlevel if anything has changed/transfer is required, but not transfer anything.6 votes
Support Chinese folder and file name, that is very important, I can't use it without chinese support. Thanks!5 votes
Empty directories are currently not transferred to destination. They have to, because some frameworks rely on their directory structure, even if directories are empty.4 votes
A workaround for some cases is described in blog post:
Support partial files - Large files(more than 1GB) by supporting FTP REST command(resume of partial up/downloads)
Support partial files - Large files(more than 1GB) by supporting FTP REST command(resume of partial up/downloads)3 votes
I read that you can email after file transfer. I want to only send an email when there are actually files send. Any ideas how to do this ? I read it can't be done by getting the status. Maybe by looking into the destination folder and see if there is a file with today's date, or something like that ? Anyone creative in how to achieve this ?3 votes
It would be nice if some file name manipulation can be performed before file is transferred to destination; e.g. append prefix or suffix, substitute unsupported characters, etc.2 votes
For the some task very usefully to now
1. how many files was transferred successfully ex: (100 files; total size 1212 MB)
1.1 --------------- was skipped (10 Files);
2. Errors: 100 WARNINGS; 5 ERRORS; 1 - FATAL;
This data more useful to send via email, then logfile.2 votes
have macros for the directory the FTPSync is installed into so you can change the log file location to a folder inside with out having to know or use the full path1 vote
Hi all, I don't understand the difference between the options /DIFFERENTIAL and /INCREMENTAL. I tried out both and can't see any differences.
Can anyone explain me the difference, because the handbook says only that /DIFFERENTIAL parameter instructs FTPSync to transfer "all files changed" since last full or incremental transfer. The /INCREMENTAL parameter instructs FTPSync to transfer only files changed since last transfer. May be an example would help me. Thank you!1 vote
Terminology used is the same as with most backup software:
In general, you should use /INCREMENTAL (the default) for most cases (e.g. web site updates, etc.).
The only case when /DIFFERENTIAL is needed is when you use FTPSync to make backups, and want to be able to restore those backups to a certain point in time, not just latest.
I’ll plan for a blog post on this topic.
I’m sorry but I can’t replicate the issue.
I’ve downloaded latest version of blat, added it to PATH and added this to .ini files:
and I’m getting email without a problem (including a production server that generates quite large logs). If PATH wasn’t set, the only change needed was to use full path for blat, e.g.:
What Windows version do you use?
[Update: it seems percentage sign is lost with UserVoice, but it must be before and after LOGFILE and STATUS words, of course!]
It's common with web applications to have some directories that files get uploaded to on the FTP server, but those files do not exist in the source control. So we need the ability to delete orphan files, while being able to exclude specific directories on the destination.1 vote
One word : Thank you for FTPSync.1 vote
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