hdup is used to back up a filesystem. Features include encryption of the archive (mcrypt/GnuPG), compression of the archive (bzip2/gzip/lzop/none), the ability to transfer the archive to a remote host or restoring from a remote host (with SSH), the ability to split up archives, and no obscure archive format (it is a normal compressed tar file).
|Tags||Archiving Compression backup|
Release Notes: Files specified with the "dir" keyword are now also seperated with NULLs in the filelist.
Release Notes: This release adds some improvements to the restore code.
Release Notes: The examples/ subdirectory was re-added, and a successful remote backup is now detected as such.
Release Notes: This release fixed a double free that occurred when the program was set SUID/SGID and refused to run. 'skip' is now always enabled and a byte count is given when doing a remote backup.
Release Notes: A null-terminated file list is now used. The specific restore function is working again.