zfsnap 1.11.1-8.1 source package in Ubuntu


zfsnap (1.11.1-8.1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Non-maintainer upload.
  * Convert to 3.0 source format.
  * Fix lintian warning space-in-std-shortname-in-dep5-copyright.

 -- Bastian Germann <email address hidden>  Sat, 03 Dec 2022 16:58:40 +0100

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John Goerzen
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Original maintainer:
John Goerzen
Medium Urgency

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zfsnap_1.11.1-8.1.dsc 1.6 KiB f148dac8af41f8d9bfef4bbc63c3ec3ce092cf5b28b79507a2cac4fc24af0225
zfsnap_1.11.1.orig.tar.gz 4.9 KiB e73da374a358b5f233865b0283777f29b344d2ec337161b8ec2fc468718184d6
zfsnap_1.11.1-8.1.debian.tar.xz 6.8 KiB d4f053498f667efdb1052d3a82346837ccd1e0b37a9f0492ba0191bb78a81f0c

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zfsnap: Automatic snapshot creation and removal for ZFS

 zfSnap is a simple sh script to make rolling zfs snapshots with cron. The main
 advantage of zfSnap is it's written in 100% pure /bin/sh so it doesn't require
 any additional software to run.
 zfSnap keeps all information about snapshot in snapshot name.
 zfs snapshot names are in the format of Timestamp--TimeToLive.
 Timestamp includes the date and time when the snapshot was created and
 TimeToLive (TTL) is the amount of time for the snapshot to stay alive before
 it's ready for deletion.