How change time to archiving

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#1

Hi, friends.
I have Installed Desktop client for Windows.
Q: Can I change time to archiving ? If Yes - how ?
Regards

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  1. Client logfile: Output of owncloud --logwindow or owncloud --logfile log.txt
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    (See also http://doc.owncloud.org/desktop/2.2/troubleshooting.html#client-logfile )

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#2

Thanks for your question. However I fear I don’t understand. What do you mean with “time for archiving” can you ellaborate what exactly you are trying to do?


#3

@hodyroff
Hi. Maybe my fall.
I try ownCloud about a month ago. And then I saw an inscription “Next sync will be after 12 hours” /or kind of/. And I can’t find a way to change time to synchronization. I want ownCloud make sync my folder–> cloud every day in 23.00 o`clock. And save only new files.
Today I install ownCloud again and don’t see this inscription. Maybe new version is different.
In old version I see checkbox “Don’t delete old files from Cloud”. In new - no this possibility.
Regards

In two words: I have a folder on my computer where archives are recorded each day in 22:00. I want ownCloud make synchronization every day in 23:00 and save only new files on cloud and don’t delete old.
Regards again


#4

The ownCloud Desktop Client syncs continously. However with the command line client you could start it via cron job daily at a certain time and do one sync run. If you just want to upload, you would just do a curl put using the webDAV API once a day.