|Subject:||Re: [Duplicity-talk] Using as a more efficient sync mechanism|
|Date:||Thu, 19 Jul 2012 20:07:22 +0100|
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There is also git-annexIt's not quite what I need. What I'm dealing with aren't git trees, by and large, and creating a git tree out of several terabytes of content and a few million files would be an interesting exercise in "let's see how much memory a git process can eat." :) (As a comparison, running any git operation on linux-stable.git, which is only 600MB and tens of thousands of files, eats up about 700MB of ram.) Best,
It only tracks the hash and location of files in git. The actual files are in the file system.
The author of git-annex is currently working on a deamon
Not sure if this helps you in any way
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