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[Duplicity-talk] asynchronous-uploads

From: Richard Scott
Subject: [Duplicity-talk] asynchronous-uploads
Date: Wed, 5 Nov 2008 00:11:33 -0000 (UTC)
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I've been looking at the asynchronous-upload option and I'd like to ask if 
allows for unlimited retrying to upload volumes from the tempdir?

For example, if I was backing up to a remote site and my internet link went 
down, would duplicity
cache the volumes created in the tempdir and then resume uploads when the link 
is back or would it
just die at the first upload error?

Would setting --num-retries=0 get duplicity to retry uploads forever?

Also, what would happen if the tempdir ran out of space during a retry-upload 
period? Obviously
duplicity is creating new volumes in this directory and then uploading them as 
and when it can. Is
duplicity clever enough to figure out it won't have enough space to make the 
next volume until a
cached volume is uploaded and removed from tempdir?



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