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Subject: Re: Scheduled Caching of a Website
Author: WHRoeder
Date: 05/12/2013 16:01
> Hello
> I'm currently using HTTrack to cache a website for
> work and I was wondering if there's any way I could
> schedule HTTrack to cache the website. I don't want
> the older copies to be deleted.

Step one, create a batch file to update the mirror

Step two, extend the batch file to creates a new directory and make hard links
of all the files (duplicates the mirror without using disk space)
@echo off&  setlocal enabledelayedexpansion||pause
set cl=%*& rem "&                echo missing quote>&2&        exit/b 1
set from="%~dpnx1"
if %from% == ""                  echo missing from directory&  exit/b 1
if not exist "%~dpnx1\*"         echo %~dpnx1 does not exist&  exit/b 1
set to="%~dpnx2"
if %to% == "" (
   set to="%from:"=%_%DATE:~10,4%%DATE:~4,2%%DATE:~7,2%"&   rem yyyymmdd
xcopy %from% %to% /T /I&         rem create the directory structure
for /F "usebackq delims=/" %%A in (`dir /a-d /b /s %from% 2^>nul`) do (
   set old="%%~A"
   set new=!old:"%from:"=%="%to:"=%!
   fsutil hardlink create !new! !old!
schedule batch file with SCHTASKS.
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