Prints filenames for backup
rdup is a utility inspired by rsync and the plan9 way of doing backups.
rdup it self does not backup anything, it only print a list of absolute
filenames to standard output. Auxilary scripts are needed that act on
this list and implement the backup strategy.
1/ TO BUILD
autoreconf && ./configure && make
as root, to get rdup installed.
rdup depends on:
o Gmake for compilation
o Glib to build. Glib is the low level C library of the
GTK project. Configure will check for this.
o PCRE library
2/ DIFFERENCE WITH RSYNC
While rsync really works well, I wanted to have the ability to gzip
and/or encrypt the backed up files. rs
RDUP(1) rdup RDUP(1)
rdup - generate a file list suitable for making backups
rdup [-N timestamp] [OPTION...] [FILELIST] [DIR/FILE...]
rdup is a utility inspired by rsync and the plan9 way of
doing backups. rdup itself does not backup anything. It only
prints a list of files tha
07 Nov 2009: 0.6.3 Miek <email@example.com>
* make regular expressions actually work (patch from Crispin Boylan)
03 Nov 2008: 0.6.2 Miek <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* rdup-utils: completely removed from rdup(-core).
There is now a seperate svn repos with those tools.
* rdup: Added -R switch, which will reverse rdup's output
This is a depth first output, first the directories
then the files.
o encrypted file names, is it worth the effort, needs to be done in
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