I have use FBackup 4.6.259 to backup my photos and some other stuff. After houres I controled the backup and, to my surprise I see some differents. FBackup didn't copy some files...... Hopley FB has backup all my photos..... If necessary, I have some screenshots and the logfile from my computer to demonstrate.
Kik (not amused....)
After receiving the catalog from our client, it seems he manually deleted the files from destination. In such a case, FBackup will not copy the manually deleted files again and again. FBackup is using the backup catalog to compare and determine which files will be backed up.
It is supposed you don't manually delete the backup files.
I was just browsing through the forum and found this post interesting.
Does this mean that if I manually edit the destination drive (for a non-encrypted mirror-type backup) and remove a backed-up file, that file will not be copied across again during subsequent scheduled backups?
Or would this maybe be conditional on whether the source file of that location\name becomes modified (newer time stamp?) since the original file was copied?
Either way -- have you considered an option that could be selected clarifying which behavior a user should expect?
[tick] Do not re-backup unmodified files manually removed from destination drive.