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Since: 9.12.01
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I'm looking for an FTP program that will do the following:

1) Monitor an NT fileserver for new files
2) Upload them to a server
3) Archive them to an archive directory, if the file successfully uploaded.

I'm probably going to do this as an SSIS package in SQL server, but this seems overly complex. Does anyone have a program in mind that might do this?




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Since: 7.2.02
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The only program that comes to mind is rsync, but I don't know if handles any archiving and I *think* it only works over ssh. Unfortunately, I'm not in a place where I can provide additional info.

I'm 99% sure it works on NT at least.

EDIT: It looks like there is a compression flag, but I haven't found too much info on what that means. This might be a good starting resource (fredshack.com)

(edited by Leroy on 2.9.10 2012)


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