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Brackup 1.02 [May. 22nd, 2007|07:01 pm]
Brad Fitzpatrick
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New Brackup...

http://danga.com/dist/Brackup/Brackup-1.02.tar.gz

1.02 (may 22, 2007)

  - support for merging little files together into big chunks
    on the backup target.  aka "tail packing".  requires no changes
    to target drivers.  this should speed backups, as less network
    round-trips.  will also be cheaper, once Amazon starts charging
    per number of HTTP requests in June.

  - improved docs
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[User Picture]From: grahams
2007-05-23 04:00 am (UTC)
I'm waiting for my bitcard login to file a bug proper, but I did notice in playing with 1.01 that if a file which existed when Brackup was "discovering files" subsequently goes away while Brackup is working it's magic (like a vim .swp file) Brackup tosses an error and bails:

idoru:[~]$ brackup --from=homedir --to=amazon
Discovering files in /Users/grahams/...
[...] lots of "file ending in whitespace" warnings omitted [...]
Number of files: 81383
* .                                                            0/81383 (0.00%; remain: 16316.7 MB)
* .brackup-digest.db                                           6/81383 (0.00%; remain: 16316.7 MB)
  * storing chunk: [homedir(/Users/grahams/)] t=f .brackup-digest.db{off=0,len=3072}
* .brackup-target-amazon.invdb                                 7/81383 (0.00%; remain: 16316.7 MB)
  * storing chunk: [homedir(/Users/grahams/)] t=f .brackup-target-amazon.invdb{off=0,len=318464}
Error running backup: Couldn't open /Users/grahams//.brackup.conf.swp: No such file or directory
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[User Picture]From: brad
2007-05-23 03:34 pm (UTC)
Ah, that should be an easy fix. Adding to my TODO now.
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[User Picture]From: grahams
2007-05-23 05:16 pm (UTC)
Cool, thanks!
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[User Picture]From: endquote
2007-05-23 03:21 pm (UTC)
Go Brackup go! Countdown to the first Cocoa front-end to it in 10, 9, 8...
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