In sync/mirror mode, is Toucan always comparing the files by computing their hash ?
I am following this procedure as a test:
I have a folder containing one big file that I want to sync (mirror) on a NAS.
First sync runs fine, the content of the source folder is copied on the destination.
Second sync, no modification on the content of the source folder. The timestamps and sizes of the two files are identical, but the MD5 is computed (I know it because the whole file is transfered over my network).
In the real life, I want to use Toucan to synchronize hundreds of GB on a small NAS, so I can't afford the MD5 comparison for every files.
So, am I doing something wrong ?
If not, is there a way to disable MD5 comparison (or add this as a feature) ?