Is there a way to get duplicacy to follow Windows symlinks (instead of backing them up as symlinks) in subfolders? Or at least tell it how “deep” it can go?
I’m setting up backups for multiple locations on various drives, and don’t want to have to maintain multiple repositories and backup jobs. So as per other suggestions in the forum and documentation, I created a main “Backups” folder, and will be setting up symlinks to the various folders I actually want backed up.
However these are in different places and in different drives, and I would like a structure that looks like:
\Backups \C \Folder1 (symlink to C:\Folder1) \Folder2 (symlink to C:\Folder2) \D \Folder1 (symlink to D:\Folder1) \Folder2 (symlink to D:\Folder2) (etc)
Instead, what I think I have to end up doing is:
\Backups \C_Folder1 (symlink to C:\Folder1) \C_Folder2 (symlink to C:\Folder2) \D_Folder1 (symlink to D:\Folder1) \D_Folder2 (symlink to D:\Folder2)
It would be nice if it were only 4-5 folders in total, in which case keeping things in a flat structure wouldn’t be much of an issue, but in actuality it’s closer to 30-40, from 4 different drives, and likely to grow to double that size in the next year or so!
Any thoughts or workarounds would be appreciated!