simplesnap 2.1.2 source package in Ubuntu


simplesnap (2.1.2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Source-only upload for transition to testing.

 -- John Goerzen <email address hidden>  Thu, 01 Sep 2022 02:17:16 -0500

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simplesnap: Simple and powerful network transmission of ZFS snapshots

 simplesnap is a simple way to send ZFS snapshots across a net‐
 work. Although it can serve many purposes, its primary goal is
 to manage backups from one ZFS filesystem to a backup filesystem
 also running ZFS, using incremental backups to minimize network
 traffic and disk usage.
 simplesnap it is designed to perfectly compliment
 snapshotting tools, permitting rotating backups with arbitrary
 retention periods. It lets multiple machines back up a single
 target, lets one machine back up multiple targets, and keeps it
 all straight.
 simplesnap is easy; there is no configuration file needed. One
 ZFS property is available to exclude datasets/filesystems. ZFS
 datasets are automatically discovered on machines being backed
 simplesnap is robust in the face of interrupted
 transfers, and needs little help to keep running.
 Unlike many similar tools, simplesnap does not
 require full root access to the machines being backed up. It
 runs only a small wrapper as root, and the wrapper has only three
 commands it implements.