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Re: Auto add files in a directory?

From: Mike Mason <mgm_at_thoughtworks.net>
Date: 2004-03-04 12:32:44 CET

Jeff Bowden wrote:

> It may not care, but if you keep tossing in new versions a .tar.bz2 it
> will take up a lot of space. More space in the long run than if you
> tossed in uncompressed .tar files. Better yet would be uncompressed
> individual files.
> At least, that's my understanding. If I had the will and the energy I
> would test out this theory, but at the moment I have neither.

I experimented with this a while back, adding encryption onto the top
(similar to compression). I wanted to to rsync backup to a remote
machine where I don't necessarily trust the security, but didn't want to
defeat rsync's diffing algorithm. There's a binary diffing tool here:
that you can tweak the block sizes on, and it might give you some "close
to real" numbers.


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