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D3js for Rdiffweb

I don't know about you, but I do love diagrams and graphs. It's so useful, in a glimpse of an eye you get the big picture. For these reasons, I had the idea to include graphs within Rdiffweb. I've worked on a new plugin soon available for Rdiffweb and Minarca (my SaaS version of Rdiffweb). This p...

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Rdiffweb on Python 3

During the holidays, I had planned to use my spare time to work on Rdiffweb. There are a lot of minor issues I wanted to get fixed. I like to improve Rdiffweb. Even more since I'm using it to offer professional backup storage for small-medium business (Minarca). So, the plan was to fix minor stuf...

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Rdiffweb release announcement v0.8.3

Since I didn't announce the major release version v0.8 publish in December, I will announce the minor release v0.8.3. It provides various fix to properly generate tar.gz and zip archives for foreign language. As for release v0.8, here are some highlight included in this release: Introduce a plugi...

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Rdiffweb demo web server

To allow interested users to have a quick interactive overview of rdiffweb, we created a demo version. In this demo, you can see all the cool features without having to install the software! The demo site is protected by password. The login details are: http://demo.patrikdufresne.com/ Username: a...

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Test rdiffweb with Vagrant

To facilitate access and evaluation of rdiffweb to newcomers, we've created a configuration file for Vagrant. Vagrant is a tool that easily creates a virtual machine and run a provisioning routine. For more information, visit the Vagrant's website. In short, with this tool it is possible to have ...

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Rdiff-backup compared to others

With the development of rdiffweb and soon the launch of our online backup solution minarca, rdiff-backup is at the center of our solutions. Personally, I am an rdiff-backup user for over 5 years. I use it to make backups of servers and my laptops. Recently, I came across an article that compares ...

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Rdiffweb development version

For those willing to test it, I'm working on a future rdiffweb release. I've already wrote about it in my previous post. Have a look at github and the roadmap to know what changes. Quick How to install (on debian or ubuntu) sudo apt-get install python-cherrypy3 python-pysqlite2 libsqlite3-dev pyt...

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Rdiffweb maintainership is transfered to us !

I want to thank Josh Nisly who accepted to transfer the maintainership of rdiffweb to us. It's a really great new. We have a great future in mind for rdiffweb and related solutions. The past two years we've worked on rdiffweb to release small features and bug fixes, but we weren't the official ma...

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New cover for rdiffweb

I have plan to provide better support for rdiffweb (professional support). I have great plan to extend it's usage to all sort of backup solution known to us, like rsync and duplicity. This plan start with a complete revamp of the templating engine. Current version use a home made templating engin...

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Face lift for rdiffweb

For backup solution, I'm using backupninja. It provide a wide range of handlers to backup stuff if different ways. Often, I only need to backup the MySQL and the filesystem. The configuration files are easy to understand and modify to suite my requirement. The handler I use most is the rdiff-back...

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Rdiffweb 7.0 release notes

rdiffweb 7.0 is the latest version of rdiffweb. It's the result of eight months' work. It include major new features and many more small improvement and enhancements. The release incorporate around 83 changes made by 3 contributors. Web interface We've completely redesign the web interface for a ...

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