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Duply is a shell front end for the duplicity backup tool http://duplicity.nongnu.org/. It greatly simplifies it's usage by implementing backup job profiles, batch commands and more. Who says secure backups on non-trusted spaces are no child's play?
LBackup is a backup system, aimed at systems administrators who require reliable backups of local and remote systems with minimal fuss. Each time LBackup is executed a snapshot of the backup source directory is generated. Backups are incremental and take advantage of hard-links to reduce the disk usage requirements of your backup set(s).
JMrTools, is inspired by the MrTools Perl Project (Written by Robert Marino). This JAVA project implements ssh telnet, scp, rsync, sftp, ftp, and stdio. Providing execution/transfer of commands, script, or files on Multiple hosts concurrently.
Bu (Pronounced B-U) is a convenient, simple to use, yet powerful incremental command line backup tool for Unix based operating systems such as Linux or BSD. It is designed to backup files to other file systems as opposed to backing up to tape like traditional backup systems. The backup file system ... [More]
NAMEparpush - Secure parallel transfer of files between clusters via SSH SYNOPSIS parpush [options] 'sourcefile' cluster1:path1 cluster2:path2 ... # For instance, the command: parpush somefile 127.0.0.1..5:/tmp/somefile.@= # is equivalent to: # scp somefile ... [More]
I heart rsync.But being that I'm a big fan of Java (and Eclipse, and Ant, and native solutions), I'd love rsync even more if there were a native implementation for the Java platform an Ant task for integrating rsync with the build an Eclipse plugin for using it to sync projects with test ... [More]
The eSaran project strives to make high performance computing (HPC) accessible to researchers who may not have a computational background. This is achieved in two ways: 1) By providing a series of wrappers for popular HPC programs that the user can run on their local machine to make the network ... [More]