Re: memory hungry
> if you have thousands files and a lot
> GB's, read first
> about memory usage.
The memory requirement is proportional to the
number of files not to the amount of data to be saved.
For more detailed info see
if you have thousands files and a lot GB's, read first
about memory usage.
I can recommend DAR. I have some helper scripts for it at www.sliqware.ndo.co.uk/
Works well with SSH and Cygwin
I use dar to perform remote network backups of a hosted linux server to a local Windows machine using the windows build of dar under cygwin. It works great. Wonderfull application.
Nice job on version2
Hi, I must compliment you on version 2 of dar. The documentation is much better organized and easier to
great tool for backing up to cdr
To anyone looking for a way to get around tar's limitation of not handling compressed multi-volumes: dar is the answer. It even comes
with a static version so you can restore from scratch.
Very nice features. I can't wait for the gui frontend. :-)
A decompressor for lzip files.
An audio time-scaling library.