This may be a bug. I'm evaluating ffs ver. 6.8 on Windows Server 2008 R2 (64bit). I create batch job and create .ffs_real file for Realtimesync. My command line goes as follows..
"C:\Program Files\Free FileSync\RealtimeSync.exe" "C:\Program Files\Free FileSync\Job\xxxx_BatchRun.ffs_real"
If I execute this using Realtimesync it is duplicating and hinder system performance. Anything I can do to over come this? (I tried 64bit EXE under Bin folder, Also I tried ffs 5.2 and 6.2 versions as well) ).
Maybe you entered something into RTS's command input field that indirectly starts RTS? For diagnosis, start Process Explorer, double click on any of these processes and see how it was started.
Here how it looks like...By this time I have reinstalled it on to my D drive. That's why path is now showing as D drive.
Have a look at the command you entered in RTS, this is likely causing the problem.
I checked the command with help document but I can not figure out anything wrong. This is my RTS batch command;
"D:\Program Files\FreeFileSync\RealtimeSync.exe" "D:\Program Files\FreeFileSync\Job\My_job_BatchRun.ffs_real"
I tried following FFS batch with RTS and it is working. I have attach a print screen of that. The command line is;
"D:\Program Files\FreeFileSync\RealtimeSync.exe" "D:\Program Files\FreeFileSync\Job\My_job_BatchRun.ffs_batch"
Still I prefer to use RTS batch...any suggestion?
The problem is likely the command you entered in RTS.
Here are my latest observations. The ffs batch working with ffs fine. I open ffs batch from RTS and create ffs_real batch. While this I noticed the command line is not automatically changing to RTL parameters (realtime.exe, ffs_real, both). So I have to set them manually and save and run it using RTS. It is working fine but having problem when calling using task scheduler. The Process explorer shows ffs.real job started and calling ffs batch after some time and disappearing. If I delete ffs batch, ffs_real job also not working. I can see a message like Crash dump generated (some times).