First version of duplicity released
Thu, 29 Aug 2002 11:01:53 -0700
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>>>>> "DG" == dean gaudet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>>>> wrote the following on Thu, 29 Aug 2002 08:48:36 -0700 (PDT)
DG> you know, i haven't looked at this yet, but i'm thinking that i
DG> might use this for the tarballs even though i don't necessarily
DG> have any need for encryption.
Well, try it and tell me what features you think it needs (obviously a
--no-encryption option might be high on your list), or if you have any
comments on the basic scheme.
DG> reiserfs supports essentially optimal tail packing... but it
DG> tends to be slower and has been buggy in the past.
And the benchmarks I've seen suggest that it is the tail packing, and
that it is fast with --notails (or whatever the option was). Whether
reiserfs is buggy or not seems to be a matter of religion...
DG> i've got 950k inodes on my backup server (20 days of
DG> increments), so this would save maybe 950k*(2048-512) =~ 1.6GB
DG> on my backup server :)
Not so much nowadays...
DG> here's a tarball of the session_statistics files for my daily
DG> backups of twinlark.arctic.org
DG> i'm on a modem right now or i'd whip up a perl script and make
DG> some nice conclusions from the data :) but i figured i'd post
DG> in case it helps.
Don't forget (like I did in this discussion) about the
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