archive2iso 1.0

archive2iso application takes a directory tree and randomizes the files in the tree to stripe the files across several ISO files

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LICENSE TYPE:
LGPL (GNU Lesser General Public License) 
USER RATING:
3.9/5 14
DEVELOPED BY:
Kirk Waingrow
HOMEPAGE:
www.ugu.com
CATEGORY:
ROOT \ System \ Archiving
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archive2iso
archive2iso application takes a directory tree and randomizes the files in the tree to stripe the files across several ISO files that can be archived or burned off to a CD.

The intended use is to stripe files across multiple CD/DVD randomly so if one disc is damaged all the images that were in the same directory will not be lost since files are spread across multiple disks. The actual files themselves are not split, all files remain in their original state.

An example of an intended use is where you have a series of valuable vacation photos that could span 6 CD for all your photos in your collection. archive2iso would spread them out across the 6 CD's so if 1 of the 6 cd's is lost, you only loose 1/6th of your images. Which is better than loosing all of them!

SYNTAX: ./archive2iso

EXAMPLE:

Enter Directory: /absolute/path - Files to archive = 910 - Estimated total Size = 632 MBEnter Max megabyte Size for the ISO/CD/DVD (1-4700): 100 - Estimated Num Disks = 7 /usr/tmp/disk_1.iso - 139 files at 99.6 MB /usr/tmp/disk_2.iso - 128 files at 99.8 MB /usr/tmp/disk_3.iso - 144 files at 99.9 MB /usr/tmp/disk_4.iso - 164 files at 99.7 MB /usr/tmp/disk_5.iso - 136 files at 99.9 MB /usr/tmp/disk_6.iso - 159 files at 99.9 MB /usr/tmp/disk_7.iso - 40 files at 32.8 MB Is the above disk configuration okay?Answer y or n: yNOTE: If the Disks do not look balanced then answer "n" and it will re-randomize. - Building ISO images

Last updated on July 11th, 2007

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