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>>>>> "TP" == Tobias Polzin <email@example.com>
>>>>> wrote the following on Thu, 29 Aug 2002 12:22:56 +0200
TP> It is useful for all those systems, where you don't have python
TP> 2.2 and librsync on your local machines, just a way to bring
TP> data to a common backupserver, that has everything needed
TP> I don't think that it's only the case for me...
To tell you the truth, I was serious before when I said I didn't
understand how it would help. (I was still thinking that you wouldn't
keep a duplicate of all the directories around.) But I get it now,
TP> But I agree that it is a security problem. The possibility to
TP> ruin your backup is always a problem. In the link you send me,
TP> this problem is solved in an elegant way.
The elegant way being that rsync happens never to actually modify any
TP> As it seems, that you don't like the idea, I will have to
TP> implement it myself. Shall I send you patches that you have it
TP> (at least as undocumented feature) and I can more easily
TP> incooperate rdiff-backup updates?
Sure, this would be good.
TP> So, what fraction "mirror files"/"increment files"?
About 80-85% mirror files in my case.
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