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Moving more than 1 millions of small files to Network shared directory using Robocopy ?

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I had this question after viewing Modifying Robocopy script to migrate (move) from one drive to NFS share (retryable)?.

Source drive: NTFS
Target Drive: NFS share
Total number of files: more than 1.1 million
Source Directory Size: 490 GB+

Does anyone here know what's the suggested Robocopy command to move all files from the source directory to the target directory by overwriting whatever has been copied over to the target directory ?

Because when I manually cut-paste in Windows Explorer, it crashed.

I have used the script below

Robocopy "D:\Passenger Details" "\\10.10.10.12\Archive" /MOVE /COPYALL /IS /XX /R:2 /MT:32 /log+:X:\TEMP\MOVElogfile.txt /njh /njs /np

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but it does not move anything for more than 48 hours no progress or disk space reduction in Source drive.
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