Hints about -hardlinks and file content filtering

Thomas Schmitt 14 years ago
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Commands -update and -update_r track splits and fusions of hard links in
filesystems which have stable device and inode numbers. This can cause
automatic last minute changes before the session gets written. Command
-hardlinks "perform_update" may be used to do these changes earlier.
-hardlinks "perform_update" may be used to do these changes earlier,
e.g. if you need to apply filters to all updated files.
Mode "without_update" avoids hardlink processing during update commands.
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This makes sense if the full backup leaves substantial remaining capacity
on media and if the expected changes are much smaller than the full backup.
To apply zisofs compression to those data files which get newly copied from
the local filesystem, perform immediately before -commit :
the local filesystem, insert these options immediately before -commit :
-find / -type f -pending_data -exec set_filter --zisofs --
-hardlinks perform_update \\
-find / -type f -pending_data -exec set_filter --zisofs -- \\
Option -disk_dev_ino depends on stable device and inode numbers on disk.
Without it, an update run will probably save no time but last longer than