Crackup iconCrackup 1.0.1

Crackup is a pretty simple, pretty secure remote backup solution.
Crackup is a pretty simple, pretty secure remote backup solution for folks who want to keep their data securely backed up but aren’t particularly concerned about bandwidth usage.

Crackup is ideal for backing up lots of small files, but somewhat less ideal
for backing up large files, since any change to a file means the entire file
must be transferred. If you need something bandwidth-efficient, try Duplicity.

Backups are compressed and (optionally) encrypted via GPG and can be transferred to the remote location over a variety of protocols, including FTP. Additional storage drivers can easily be written in Ruby.

Requirements:

· Ruby 1.8.5+
· The GNU Privacy Guard 1.4.2+ (if you want to encrypt your backups)

Usage

crackup

crackup -t < url > [-p < pass >] [-x < file >] [-v] [< file|dir > ...]

-p, --passphrase < pass > Encryption passphrase (if not specified, no
encryption will be used)
-t, --to < url > Destination URL (e.g.,
ftp://user:pass@server.com/path)
-v, --verbose Verbose output
-x, --exclude < file > Exclude files and directories whose names match the
list in the specified file
-h, --help Display usage information (this message)
--version Display version information

crackup-restore

crackup-restore -f < url > -t < path > [-p < pass >] [-v] [< file|dir > ...]
crackup-restore -f < url > -l [-p < pass >] [-v]

-f, --from < url > Remote URL to restore from (e.g.,
ftp://user:pass@server.com/path)
-l, --list List all files at the remote location
-p, --passphrase Encryption passphrase (if not specified, no
encryption will be used)
-t, --to < path > Destination root directory for the restored files
-v, --verbose Verbose output
-h, --help Display usage information (this message)
--version Display version information

What's New in This Release:

· This release fixes a bug with the handling of symbolic links in Unix, and looks for gpg.exe in the registry if it isn't found in the system path in Windows.

last updated on:
November 24th, 2006, 11:35 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Ryan Grove
license type:
BSD License 
category:
ROOT \ Security

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