Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that prevented storeBackupRecover to replay data because of a wrong configuration file. It also introduces the option --exceptTypes which lets you exclude some file types from the backup.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. It fixes problems which occurred when using exceptPattern or includePattern in some cases.
Release Notes: This release adds handling of rules built of include and except patterns and the new parameter includeDirs. It also sets the time in the backup to the original values and does so when restoring. A bug in the combination of keepMinNumber and keepMaxNumber (of backups) is fixed, and a lot of small corrections and enhancements have been done. The configuration file now supports the use of single quotes, and a new program (storeBackupMount.pl) has been added for control of mounting filesystems. This release requires a change in the storeBackup information files, so you have to convert them.
Release Notes: In some cases, storeBackup didn't store setuid and setgid flags. When restoring, storeBackup didn't restore the owner correctly (depending on the kernel version used). All current users should upgrade, especially those with SUSE 9.0.
Release Notes: storeBackupDel and storeBackupls are now able to read the configuration file. StoreBackup now also runs on AIX. Some small adjustments were made.
Release Notes: This release features support for BSD and completely new, comfortable management of old backups. It also solves some little bugs.
Release Notes: This bugfix release fixes faults with 0-byte files and scheduler problems with files less than 100 KB. It also improves general performance by about 5%, and adds a integration script for Debian users.
Release Notes: This is a bug fix release. Previously, when copying files smaller than 100 KB into the backup, owner and permissions were not set correctly. (But this was corrected when hard linking in the next backup.)
Release Notes: This release corrects the fact that the exception list was not taken into account when checking collisions from the options -t and -s. In some rare cases, internal linkage of duplicated files was not working. It also adds the possibility of defining a bandwidth limit when copying, and the new parameter --postcommand.
Release Notes: This release adds some additional parameters for improved handling of log files. It also has some other little improvements and corrections.