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My goal is to automate the process and have good logging for monitoring. (offsite will be LTO-4 or 5) Here is the issue though, almost every solution I have tried has had a showstopping problem.

Win SCP scripting - does not handle symlinks properly, resulting in endless file transfer loops.

If rsync has the superior implementation and the interfaces are the same, why not always use rsync?

Their interface is not the same, even without options.

Here is the setup: Large amounts of large files (many over 4gb, multiple TBs in total) in a simple tree structure that need to be backed up without compression from a handful of linux boxes to a windows backup server.

Every day a few hundred gigs are generated and backups are currently done by hand with Win SCP.

This leads to faster speed but comes at the expense of not being able to interrupt a transfer, so unlike SFTP, SCP transfer cannot be canceled without terminating the session.

From your explanation and the OP, it appears that the interface for the two tools when used without options is identical.My next thought is to put an ssh server on the backup server (or FTP) and do the automation on the linux side through scp etc...though I would really like checksums and differential support.Another option could be samba from the nix boxes to the backup server.SFTP can work with many protocols but is most commonly used with SSH to provide secure authentication.SFTP is not FTP over SSH, but instead a new protocol developed from the ground up.Rsync has special interpretation of a trailing slash on the source argument (synchronize the directory itself versus its contents). How does rsync handle getting killed halfway through or losing network halfway through?