[QUOTE=DrageMester;2269989]DSynchronize seems to be far far slower in synchronizing between two computers on our network (“Copy only newer files” enabled) than CopyTo with the same computers on the same network (approx 16,600 files with only a few of them changed). The network is switched Fast Ethernet.
Synchronization with DSynchronize takes 22 minutes while the same synchronization with CopyTo takes only 2Â½ minutes.
CPU usage is also much higher with DSynchronize than with CopyTo.
How is DSynchronize working out for you?[/QUOTE]
Very good. I haven’t tested the load (cpu, network, disk) on the hardware yet, but it’s working flawlessly.
I have been testing it quite some weeks now. I have set it up to automatically sync c:\documents and settings\ to a network drive (samba/cfs share). Realtime sync. Autostart as a service. 3 Backup changes.
My wife doesn’t even notice all of her documents on her pc are automatically synchronised to a network share
At the moment Dsyncronise.exe uses 2284KB memory and 0% cpu time.
Memory use gradually rises after some actions (now 2404 KB) , but cpu isn’t hardly affected. (still 0%).
Gonna keep using it. It’s an excellent no pain no hassle form of backup, especially for people who don’t want to think about backups