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File Replication (File Mirroring)

File Replication (File Mirroring) is a special type of File Synchronization, where:

  • Changed files are copied from Source to Target
  • New files in Source are copied to Target

Optionally files can be moved from Source to Target, where the source file is deleted after copy.

For more information see File Synchronization.



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rlin@superprism.net -  23-Sep-06
File mirroring is supposed to mirror source to target completely. A file deleted from source should be deleted from target also.
TGRMN -  25-Sep-06
Yes, that can be achieved using "Backup (Mirror Source to Target)" in VV PRO 2.
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