TARDIS

Plasma 4 Extensions

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Description:

Here's a 'set it and forget it' backup system which might look rather familiar to the backup solution supplied with a certain well-known fruit based computer.It comes with a configuration interface for KDE's plasma desktop.
Please see the Wiki at https://sourceforge.net/p/ktardis/wiki/Home/ for installation instructions as there are dependencies you might need to install:
(On Kubuntu sudo apt-get install libfilesys-df-perl libdatetime-perl libdate-manip-perl)
Last changelog:

7 years ago

Version 0.07 fixes a bug that was preventing the widget from starting
Version 0.06 adds improved error handling and a stats display. NOTE: It also adds a new dependency on libdate-manip-perl.
Version 0.05 adds a real-time display of backup progress and one or to small tweaks.
Version 0.04 fixes a bug where when backing up over SSH, the disc would eventually fill up because the maximum used discspace percentage wasn't working

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fatg3rman

8 years ago

Yeah I know... but it's such a perfect fit. I'll wait until they catch up with me or I come up with a better name.

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brucew

8 years ago

The backup on short intervals, ie, per hour, etc., are those incremental or full backups? It's just that your description doesn't mention it.

Thanx for a cool thing.

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fatg3rman

8 years ago

All the backups are incremental (except the first one).
However it's a bit different from what you might be used to as regards full/incremental backups.
Because of the way it works (using rsync and hard linking), when you browse the backup folders every backup looks like a full backup - i.e. no matter which backup folder you browse you will see the full contents of your home directory as it was at that time.

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brucew

8 years ago

Is this because of linking to unchanged files and actually saving only those that are newly revised?

Thanx.

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fatg3rman

8 years ago

Yes, exactly that. It uses hard linking, so when you view the directory (or count the total disc space used by its contents) everything appears as an actual file, not a link.

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derFeniX

8 years ago

Now in AUR =)

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fatg3rman

8 years ago

Cool! Thanks :)

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7 years ago

Version 0.07 fixes a bug that was preventing the widget from starting
Version 0.06 adds improved error handling and a stats display. NOTE: It also adds a new dependency on libdate-manip-perl.
Version 0.05 adds a real-time display of backup progress and one or to small tweaks.
Version 0.04 fixes a bug where when backing up over SSH, the disc would eventually fill up because the maximum used discspace percentage wasn't working

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