Robocopy

This function allows copying, mirroring or moving of files and directories by making use of the Windows Robocopy command.

Properties

  • Mode

    The operation to perform on the source directory. The available modes are Copy, Mirror, Move files and Move files and directories.

  • Source directory

    Indicates the full path of the directory on which to perform the action.

  • Target directory

    Indicates the full path to the destination directory.

  • Copy subdirectories (/s)

    Copy subdirectories, excluding empty ones.

  • Include empty subdirectories (/e)

    Copy subdirectories, including empty ones.

  • Restart mode (/z)

    Copy files in restart mode.

  • Backup mode (/b)

    Copy files in backup mode.

  • Number of retries (/r:<N>)

    Indicates the number of retries on failed copies.

  • Time between retries (/w:<N>)

    Indicates the wait time between retries, in seconds.

  • File pattern

    File(s) to copy. If no value is specified, all files (*.*) will be copied.

  • Exclude files (/xf <FileName>[…])

    Excludes files that match the specified names or paths. Note that FileName can include wildcard characters (* and ?).

  • Exclude directories (/xd <Directory>[…])

    Excludes directories that match the specified names and paths.

  • Excludes changed files (/xct)

    Excludes changed files.

  • Excludes newer files (/xn)

    Excludes newer files.

  • Excludes older files (/xo)

    Excludes older files.

  • Excludes extra files and directories (/xx)

    Excludes extra files and directories.

  • Excludes lonely files and directories (/xl)

    Excludes lonely files and directories.

  • Includes same files (/is)

    Includes the same files.

  • Includes tweaked files (/it)

    Includes tweaked files.

  • Max file size (/max:<N>)

    Indicates the maximum file size (to exclude files bigger than N bytes).

  • Min file size (/min:<N>)

    Indicates the minimum file size (to exclude files smaller than N bytes).

  • Max age (/maxage:<N>)

    Indicates the maximum file age (to exclude files older than N days or date).

  • Min age (/minage:<N>)

    Indicates the minimum file age (exclude files newer than N days or date).

  • Max last access date (/maxlad:<N>)

    Indicates the maximum last access date (excludes files unused since N).

  • Min last access date (/minlad:<N>)

    Indicates the minimum last access date (excludes files used since N) If N is less than 1900, N specifies the number of days. Otherwise, N specifies a date in the format YYYYMMDD.

  • Log file (/log+:<LogFile>)

    Writes the status output to the log file (appends the output to the existing log file).

  • Overwrite file (/log:<LogFile>)

    Writes the status output to the log file (overwrites the existing log file).

  • List files only (/l)

    Indicates that files are to be listed only (and not copied, deleted, or time stamped).

  • Log all extra files (/x)

    Reports all extra files, not just those that are selected.

  • Verbose (/v)

    Produces verbose output, and shows all skipped files.

  • Include source file timestamps (/ts)

    Includes source file time stamps in the output.

  • Include full path (/fp)

    Includes the full path names of the files in the output.

  • Log size as bytes (/bytes)

    Prints sizes, as bytes.

  • Exclude file size (/ns)

    Indicates that file sizes are not to be logged.

  • Exclude file class (/nc)

    Indicates that file classes are not to be logged.

  • Exclude file names (/nfl)

    Indicates that file names are not to be logged.

  • Exclude directory names (/ndl)

    Indicates that directory names are not to be logged.

  • Exclude progress (/np)

    Indicates that the progress of the copying operation (the number of files or directories copied so far) will not be displayed.

  • Include ETA (/eta)

    Shows the estimated time of arrival (ETA) of the copied files.

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