It's just easier for me to stick with Syncback then. I only have 0 - 600GB MAX in a night it needs to move. However, the average is probably 50 - 100GB.P3R wrote: ↑Fri Sep 11, 2020 3:37 pmAh, okay. It's not really synchronizations, it's moving data.
HBS can't do moves, only backups and syncs. That's very easy to work around though as piggy-backed to the sync job you could have a job that sync an empty folder to the SSD folder and thereby delete all data on it. In addition, that would be a completely safe transfer of the data. I don't know if Syncback actually do a sync plus delete behind the scenes or if it really use the more risky approach of moving? If the latter, that would be another disadvantage with Syncback.
If you're not familiar with HBS, how do you backup the data on the NAS? Do you use Synback for that as well?
I use Google Drive with Stablebit to backup my data. And you're correct. I use Syncback for that too. Once a day it backs up. Stablebit tricks Google Drive to making it a "local" hard drive on my computer. It's encrypted, and Syncback backs all my stuff up flawlessly. I've been using this method for around 2 years now.