How do I keep two folders on different NAS synced?

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How do I keep two folders on different NAS synced?

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Hello friends of Synology.

I found this thread via Google - maybe someone can help me, because I did not find a simple solution over the web:

I have a Synology NAS and want to synchronise (mirror) some Folders to my OpenMedaiVault (OMV) NAS.

FROM Synology --> TO OMV.

So if I change/delete/add Files on Synology, i want them to be exact the same way on my OMV Nas.

Both machines are in the same network.

I tried it with Hyper Backup, but this is not a mirror, and if I delete files, they remain on the OMV Nas.

USB Copy can perfectly to that - but only to external HDDs on the Syno Box :(

What would you suggest is the best way?

Thank you :)

PS:
I can remote mount each folder via SMB vice versa on each NAS, but the scheduled Task as mentioned by @fdebriey here did not work that way... Ther MUST be a simple way I think... :)
 

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Shared folder sync (rsync one way), or Synology Drive ShareSync
 
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Hello.

Thank U for your answer.

Are these Synology Apps??!
I can only find the Synology Drive Server App, but it needs to be installed on bothachines.
But my second NAS is not a Synology... :(
It is an OMV machine...

So, this would not work I think...

/edit: just a short research:
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As suggested by @Telos within Hyper Backup you can create a data task with destination 'rsync copy (single version)'. I use this to make a file/folder clone on another NAS, hasn't always been a Synology.
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