[lbackup-discussion] LBackup reports
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Mon Feb 9 09:54:00 NZDT 2009
The latest release of LBackup has no configuration option available to
enabling the reporting of which files have been copied. However, such
an option would be a worth while addition.
There are already plans to include this feature in the next release of
LBackup. The feature will most likely be implemented using rsync's "--
If you are interested in joining the LBackup discussion mailing list,
it would be great to further discuss your requirements, so that this
feature will actually do what you require. In addition, if you join
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Below is a list of some rsync options which may do what you require.
> --itemize-changes output a change-summary for all updates
> --out-format=FORMAT output updates using the
> specified FORMAT
> --log-file=FILE log what we're doing to the
> specified FILE
> --log-file-format=FMT log updates using the specified
In the mean time you could manually edit the backup script and add an
option such as "--itemize-changes". If you would like assistance with
patching your copy then please let me know.
Hope this helps.
> Hi all,
> after a recent post about backup solutions for OSX Server, I decided
> to give a try to LBackup, and I'm really happy with the result.
> But, just one question, has anyone been able to get a report of copied
> LBackup generates a report that says how many files, Kbs and transfers
> the backup has generated, but, is there any way to know wich files
> where backed up?
> Just that.
> Thanks all a lot for your attention and knowledge sharing.
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