Re: Bug#662080: ITP: hadori -- Hardlinks identical files
Le mercredi 07 mars 2012 à 18:46 +0100, martin f krafft a écrit :
> also sprach Jean-Christophe Dubacq <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2012.03.07.1825 +0100]:
> > I, for one, would like a program that (starting from some paths on same
> > harddrive), would find all identical files (not considering mtime and
> > mode, this is for backups and I do not care), hardlink them (choosing
> > whatever comes first for mtime and mode), and *store the function
> > [filename (or inode), size, mtime] => hash*, so that files not modified
> > since last run are not hashed again.
> Try backuppc or Git, both of which are designed not to require any
Thanks for the tip.
At least git keeps an history in its normal usage, which I do not want.
backuppc is fine for backup, but I also use deduplication for "live"
data (for example, photo storage between different programs). I will
explore backuppc for other purposes however.
Jean-Christophe Dubacq <email@example.com>