I intend to make one-time backup of ca. 100GB files from NAS. Unfortunately, due to poor design, the backup machine is limited to wireless access with the NAS. I expect the connection to break multiple times during the backup process; moreover, it is possible that I will need to reboot the backup machine.
Is there any tool that would have the following features:
- Resuming backing up process connection when the link with the remote share is unexpectedly severed
- Pausing and saving the session so the backup process can be resumed later (after reboot)
- aggressive compression of the files (at least on the level of zip)
I know that I can simply copy the files without compressing them with the help of file operation manager like SuperCopier, which has first two features.
AFAIK Popular compression programs: WinRar and 7zip don't support this saving sessions.
The backup machine runs Windows XP, but it can run Ubuntu/Mint as VM guest as well, so I'll accept solution from either world.