I use Portable FreeCommander to keep my backup in sync with my portable drive but then saw that Toucan allows you to save jobs which FreeCommander does not, which should make "backups" much easier.
I have no rules, just simply asking Toucan to mirror (update) x:\Projects with y:\Projects with all "other" options selected.
When I previewed it it showed all my target folders as red which means it will be excluded even though I do not have any rules. Expanding the target shows all files as green. I was only expecting 1 or 2 files to need updating.
Anyway, I told Toucan to go ahead thinking it needs to perform a first full copy to get it's own "log/db" up to date.
The mirror (update) took forever so I let it finish and only the next day did I perform the same job to test to see if it now recognises only the changed files.
Running the preview shows the exact same results, i.e. all folders in red and all files after expanding green, when Portable FreeCommander only show the single file I was working on that needed updating?
My source is a USB HDD (XP Pro SP3) and my Target is a NAS (LinkStation) (linux file system).
I'm not sure why Toucan thinks it needs to update everything despite the files having the exact same timestamp.
Am I not using it correctly or is this a bug?