Raysync Tutorial - Three File Sync Modes You Should Know

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In order to solve the problem of fast synchronous backup of large files, based on the high-speed transfer protocol, Raysync developed the synchronous backup function of GB/TB large files, which can increase the speed by more than 30 times.

There are three modes of the file sync function of Raysync, as follow:

  1. Select file sync in every second/minute/hour.

every

Enter the interval time in the input box, and select the time unit in the drop-down box. For example, if 60 seconds is set, the synchronization task will implement every 60 seconds.

  1. Select to run the sync task in XX hours XX minutes every day.

daily

Time can be customized in the input box, for example, 16:10 every day, it will automatically start to sync at 16:10 every day.

  1. Synchronize once at a specific time.

once

Raysync supports file sync only once at a specific time. For example, if you set the sync time at 2021-12-13 11:00, the sync task will execute at this time only once.

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