Created: February 12, 2013
Introducing the new Sync 1.4.1! The latest version of Aspera Sync features the following:
Full integration with Aspera Console 1.7 for global visibility into sync sessions and activity. The following Sync information is readily accessible from Console:
- async session name
- session state, including the async session's status and synced files
- async source and destination
- transfer statistics, including session start/end date and time, time elapsed, bytes transferred and written, average rate, network delay, and session ID
- async job details, including:
- local and remote server details, and session statistics (i.e., how many paths are synced/pending/conflicted/deleted/in error state)
- transfer rate graph (Mbps vs time)
- synced file information (i.e., filename, status, size, and date/time modified)
In addition, users can also pause, resume and manage priority and speed control for Sync sessions.
- Rich include and exclude filters, full support for soft and hard links
- Preserves access time, user and group IDs
- Supports configurable user and group ID for the target system.
- File-level de-duplication eliminates unnecessary transfers, reduces sync times and reduces storage use
Universal support for Virtual iNode in file systems that do not have constant iNodes
- Windows XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, 7 and 8
- Linux (RedHat or Debian) with kernel 2.4 or higher and libc version GLIB 2.3.4 or higher.
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