i need to monthly download backups of couple files where one is 200GB in size. I counted that such file download would take me like 30 hours and im not interested to be bothered to manually keep ccomputer turned on.
Im looking for the way to download with resume option or with continue option so interupted/failed download will be resumed. SCP SWs not worked for this purpose.
remote (over internet, different country) CentOS Linux server where i have only SSH access to (can install additional software on it)
Windows 10 home computer
i was using rsync between linuxes, but cant find any good software for windows.
There are two Win SWs, but cant find it supports resume of failed transfer like rsync do: Difference between Syncrify and DeltaCopy
PS: im looking for the non-paid (prefferably opensource) solution/SW
I can use Virtualbox, but it seems like not much convenient way to run Virtualized Linux, run it just for the backup purpose. Unless it would be really small footprint and can autorun somehow on background and it would somehow easilly allow accessing host machine HDD or creating flexible guest OS storage. (because backups size would be quite high).
Another soluton was to run something like raspberry pi with raspbian and i assume it would contain rsync, but i would have to run some noisy external HDD with moving parts.