duperemove 0.11-1 source package in Ubuntu

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duperemove (0.11-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Bump to latest release
  * Description change
  * Add patch to change binaries path from sbin to bin (Closes: #849759)
  * Cherry-pick O_RDONLY for root from kilobyte

 -- Peter Záhradník <email address hidden>  Sat, 31 Dec 2016 09:07:28 +0000

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Uploaded by:
Peter Záhradník on 2017-01-27
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Original maintainer:
Peter Záhradník
Architectures:
linux-any
Section:
misc
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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duperemove_0.11-1.dsc 1.5 KiB d04e49117421cb95553ba82143091bbe15a22e5a27ceff9082624af2d87ab400
duperemove_0.11.orig.tar.gz 111.7 KiB 25fb619a9145e5c78375c4d97adb60c64b7ad6d7153e745ecc587020d2e0a2e4
duperemove_0.11-1.debian.tar.xz 4.6 KiB 31011eb407b6cbdf6d12660e4e4d812dcef6af12390edab292eabccc2598220d

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Binary packages built by this source

duperemove: extent-based deduplicator for file systems

 Duperemove is a tool for finding duplicated extents and submitting them for
 deduplication. When given a list of files it will hash their contents on a
 block by block basis and compare those hashes to each other, finding and
 categorizing extents that match each other.
 .
 On BTRFS and, experimentally, XFS, it can then reflink such extents in a
 race-free way. Unlike hardlink-based solutions, affected files appear
 independent in any way other than reduced disk space used.

duperemove-dbgsym: debug symbols for package duperemove

 Duperemove is a tool for finding duplicated extents and submitting them for
 deduplication. When given a list of files it will hash their contents on a
 block by block basis and compare those hashes to each other, finding and
 categorizing extents that match each other.
 .
 On BTRFS and, experimentally, XFS, it can then reflink such extents in a
 race-free way. Unlike hardlink-based solutions, affected files appear
 independent in any way other than reduced disk space used.