FRP was designed to be part of your data infrastructure. FRP understands that you are assuming that your data moving infrastructure is fast and efficient. That it is fault tolerant and will act persistently.
We assume that an announcement of failure is not what you want from your file replication software. But if you use a computer, you know that things can and do go wrong. Transmission failures, network errors, internet timeouts, permissions issues – there’s always something that can go wrong. FRP has built in algorithms that adapt to the far from error-free environments of the internet, long distance communications and not so fast channels.
You need to be able to get perfect file synchronization and replication results even when the environment isn’t perfect.
Some utilities work fine as long as nothing goes wrong. The intimate management of the communications channel allows FRP to recover from network errors, efficiently retry and restart failed actions and persistently push the data to completion.
Even when you’re not watching it.