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Re: [Duplicity-talk] compression source or at remote

From: edgar . soldin
Subject: Re: [Duplicity-talk] compression source or at remote
Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2023 14:38:04 +0100
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On 17.03.2023 14:00, Alpena Milch via Duplicity-talk wrote:
Hi all

hey Alpena,

I use the following options:

duplicity 0.8.21 (ubuntu jammy)

duplicity \
         --no-encryption \
         --full-if-older-than 5D \
    --exclude-filelist ~/.duplicity_excludes \
    --progress  --archive-dir=~/.duplicity /home/username \

Do not use GnuPG to encrypt files on remote system.

Is the compression process done at source computer and then data is
transferred or is it done at the remote (destination)?

duplicity works with dumb backends meant to store files or binary blobs only. 
it is not able to run anything on the backend. hence all encryption/compression 
is done locally on the box duplicity is run on.

sunny regards.. ede/duply.net

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