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An equivalent to Gs Richcopy 360 that can work on Linux
April 17, 2021 3:19 AM
I am asking for an equivalent to Gs Richcopy 360 the backup/copy tool that can work on Linux, Gs Richcopy 360 works on our company branch in London(windows users ), it is quick and simple backing up to Azure blob, the issue is that we are about to run Linux in a new remote branch but unfortunately the GS tool doesn't work on Linux.
Is any recommended backup tool similar to Gs Richcopy 360?
thanks in advance
April 17, 2021 4:38 AM
I've no experience with GS Richcopy 360, so I'm not sure if any of these suggestions is useful.
Do you have any special criteria you're looking for?
When duplicating files, especially to servers, rsync is pretty common under Linux. It has no GUI though, so that may be a problem.
I've never tested this, but maybe Duplicati is a good alternative (available for Linux)?
It is free, support quite a lot of protocols/targets.
If command-line/scripting doesn't bother you, then rclone could be an alternative (also free).
April 21, 2021 4:00 AM
thanks for the ideas , Duplicati looks good and I found that it has an option to throttle the connection while uploading to the cloud to prevent bandwidth consuming which is similar to that one in GS Richcopy 360
April 21, 2021 4:42 AM
Excellent - glad to hear that! 👍 😊