Fastest Way to copy large amounts of data in different folders + Sync Tool Suggestion
Is there any faster way to copy a large amount (~ 2 TB) in different folders (in NTFS partitions); for example, from /dev/sdb1 to dev/sdc1 such as
/dev/sdb1/f1 /dev/sdb1/f2 /dev/sdb1/f3 to /dev/sdc1/f1 /dev/sdc1/f2 /dev/sdc1/f3
I like the integrated copy operation. I like it much better than Windows, but I have to copy around 2 TB of data and I want to be able to do it in the fastest way possible cause the situation is a bit urgent. I am not expecting a miracle, just trying to find out the fastest way.
Also, I am looking for a sync tool to check. I will be glad if you can give me suggestions about that too. I will be using the mirror method where right will be the same as left. I use freefilesync in Windows (which I do not like much that it uses 'delete and write' instead of 'rename' but it is the one I am using recently), but I do not know about what can I use in linux.
Last edited by imayneed; 08-30-2012 at 03:31 PM.