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Re: [Duplicity-talk] Using as a more efficient sync mechanism

From: Mogliii
Subject: Re: [Duplicity-talk] Using as a more efficient sync mechanism
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2012 20:07:22 +0100
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It'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.)


There is also git-annex

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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