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ROBOCOPY - totally rookie question

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RuNLeVeL

Hello All,

I need to move 3.5 TB of data from one NAS to another, I am using Robocopy and want to create an automated way of doing this :

robocopy \\agamicifs\img\img1 \\nstore1\F\img0 /E /log:Local11.txt

robocopy \\agamicifs\img\img2 \\nstore1\F\img1 /E /log:Local12.txt

robocopy \\agamicifs\img\img3 \\nstore1\F\img2 /E /log:Local13.txt

robocopy \\agamicifs\img\img4 \\nstore1\G\img0 /E /log:Local14.txt

robocopy \\agamicifs\img\img5 \\nstore1\G\img1 /E /log:Local15.txt

robocopy \\agamicifs\img\img6 \\nstore1\G\img2 /E /log:Local16.txt

robocopy \\agamicifs\img\img7 \\nstore1\H\img0 /E /log:Local17.txt

robocopy \\agamicifs\img\img8 \\nstore1\H\img1 /E /log:Local18.txt

robocopy \\agamicifs\img\img9 \\nstore1\H\img2 /E /log:Local19.txt

robocopy \\agamicifs\img\img10 \\nstore1\I\img0 /E /log:Local20.txt

robocopy \\agamicifs\img\img11 \\nstore1\I\img1 /E /log:Local21.txt

robocopy \\agamicifs\img\img12 \\nstore1\I\img2 /E /log:Local22.txt

robocopy \\agamicifs\img\img13 \\nstore1\J\img0 /E /log:Local23.txt

robocopy \\agamicifs\img\img14 \\nstore1\J\img1 /E /log:Local24.txt

robocopy \\agamicifs\img\img15 \\nstore1\J\img2 /E /log:Local25.txt

robocopy \\agamicifs\img\img16 \\nstore1\K\img0 /E /log:Local26.txt

robocopy \\agamicifs\img\img17 \\nstore1\K\img1 /E /log:Local27.txt

robocopy \\agamicifs\img\img18 \\nstore1\K\img2 /E /log:Local28.txt

robocopy \\agamicifs\img\img19 \\nstore1\L\img0 /E /log:Local29.txt

robocopy \\agamicifs\img\img20 \\nstore1\L\img1 /E /log:Local30.txt

Instead of running each line from a cmd line, does anyone know the .bat way of having each line kick off as soon as the previous command is finished.

Resource wise I do not want them all running at once, just sequentially.

I have tried the search function and all the scripts I find are way too complex for my needs.

Thanks All !

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Danny35d

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Or add Start /wait /b

Ex:

Start /wait /b robocopy \\agamicifs\img\img1 \\nstore1\F\img0 /E /log:Local11.txt

Note: I will also add switches /r:3 /w:10. By default robocopy.exe try to copy a file 1 million times and wait 30 seconds between tries before giving up in the event of error.


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RuNLeVeL

Thanks man,

thats exactly what i was looking for

Or add Start /wait /b

Ex:

Start /wait /b robocopy \\agamicifs\img\img1 \\nstore1\F\img0 /E /log:Local11.txt

Note: I will also add switches /r:3 /w:10. By default robocopy.exe try to copy a file 1 million times and wait 30 seconds between tries before giving up in the event of error.

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