Configure the synchronization process so that it is limited within the allocated network bandwidth and uses proper file transfer mode.
|Limit transfer speed
|Set transfer speed limit for Synchronize Directories Action to reserve bandwidth for other Tasks or applications.
|Choose file transfer mode:
|Limit the transfer speed (bandwidth) in any given speed units—be it KB/s, MB/s and GB/s. One KB is 1024 bytes.
|This Action is enabled
|An Action is executed only if it is enabled. Otherwise, it will be automatically skipped (completely ignored) from the Task flow.
|Use custom display name
|Rename this Action, to make a human-readable workflow that will help you to find, read, and make sense of the Task structure later.
|Advanced fallback options
|Manage the advanced fallback options—select which error types will lead to automatic execution of predefined workaround operations.
|Log only errors
|Do not log information and warning messages for this Action. It may be useful to keep the log file small and tidy on production systems.
- The Text transfer mode is only suitable for ASCII files, that are single-byte encoded plain text files (for example,
.txt) such as UTF-8. Other encodings such as UTF-16 and UTF-32, and other text file formats such as
.rtfwill be corrupted. Always choose Binary transfer mode to keep the file unchanged.
- Amazon S3 and WebDAV connections does not support ASCII text transfer mode.
- Google Cloud Storage and DigitalOcean Spaces transfer protocols can only transfer files using the binary mode.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our support team.