rdiff-backup 1.2.8-6 source package in Ubuntu


rdiff-backup (1.2.8-6) unstable; urgency=low

  * debian/control
    - switching Maintainer to PAPT team
    - switching Uploaders to Carl Chenet <email address hidden>
  * debian/patches/01_fix_restricted_test-server_option.dpatch
    - added one line accidentely removed in the previous patch (Closes:#570627)

 -- Carl Chenet <email address hidden>  Sat, 20 Feb 2010 12:29:55 +0100

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Python Applications Packaging Team on 2010-02-21
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Python Applications Packaging Team
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rdiff-backup: remote incremental backup

 rdiff-backup backs up one directory to another, possibly over a network. The
 target directory ends up a copy of the source directory, but extra reverse
 diffs are stored in a special subdirectory of that target directory, so you can
 still recover files lost some time ago. The idea is to combine the best
 features of a mirror and an incremental backup. rdiff-backup also preserves
 subdirectories, hard links, dev files, permissions, uid/gid ownership,
 modification times, extended attributes, acls, and resource forks.
 Also, rdiff-backup can operate in a bandwidth efficient manner over a pipe,
 like rsync. Thus you can use rdiff-backup and ssh to securely back a hard drive
 up to a remote location, and only the differences will be transmitted. Finally,
 rdiff-backup is easy to use and settings have sensible defaults.