In Synchronize view tasks can be executed as single tasks. Execute single tasks require two double clicks:
- the first double click for estimation and
- the second double click for executing the task
The output from rsync is presented after each run.
Verify and execute a single task
Execute a single task is a two step operation. The first is an estimation or verify run, a
dry-run execution. The second one is the real run. A drop down view of the output from rsync is automatically presented after both steps.
A single task is executed by a double click on the selected task. Another double click executes the real run and a progress bar is presented.
If Abort is pressed execution is aborted. It is also possible to execute several tasks in one go.
Slide left and right
Using either two fingers on the touchpad or a finger on the mouse, slide to the left will execute a single task. If the task is estimated a progress bar will pop up.
Sliding to the right will delete a record. Every delete must be confirmed before delete.
Shell column is on, it indicates there is attached shell scripts to the task, also see more info about shell scripts in the add configuration.
Edit and params
The edit enables changing the basic info about the task. The user can add, edit, enable and disable executing shell commands to the synchronize task.
Selecting the output icon upper left corner in main view presents a view of either output from rsync or the logfile. You can switch the view by the toggle switch in left bottom. The
Copy button copies to macOS clipboard and the
New button creates a new logfile.