AutoArchive 1.0.1

A simple archiving utility for backups.

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What's new in AutoArchive 1.0.1:

  • This version fixes a crash when used with Python 3.3.
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DEVELOPED BY:
Robert Cernansky
HOMEPAGE:
autoarchive.sourceforge.net
CATEGORY:
ROOT \ System \ Archiving
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AutoArchive is a simple utility written in Python designed to make backups easier. It uses tar for creating archives. The idea of the program is that every information needed for making a backup is in one file - the archive spec file. Path to this file is passed as a parameter to 'aa' command which reads informations from it and creates desired backup.

Usage

aa/autoarchive [options] AA_SPEC...

Options:

--version
       show program's version number and exit

-h, --help
       show this help message and exit

-v, --verbose
       Turns on verbose output.

-a ARCHIVER, --archiver=ARCHIVER
       Specify archiver type.  Supported types are: ('tar', 'targz',
       'tarbz2', 'tarlzma') (default: tarbz2).

-i, --incremental
       Perform incremental backup.

-l LEVEL, --level=LEVEL
       Specify backup level which should be created.  Informations about higher
       levels will be erased.  If not present, creates next level in a row.

-c NUM, --compresion-level=NUM
       Compression level. If not specified, default behaviour of underlying
       compression program will be used.

AA_SPEC is an archive spec file. It specifies what should be archived and the
archive name. Its standard file name extension is ".aa". For syntax please see
'Archive spec file format' chapter. It is possible to specify multiple ".aa"
files.

Last updated on March 3rd, 2013

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