Thanks Craig,

much appreciated,

BackupPC_zcat XferLOG | grep new | less

gives a nicely readable output.


Thursday, May 17, 2018, 7:35:12 AM, you wrote:

CBvBu> BackupPC_zcat.

CBvBu> Craig

CBvBu> On Wed, May 16, 2018 at 10:30 PM, Michael Schumacher
CBvBu> <> wrote:

CBvBu> Thanks Robert,

CBvBu>  this is not very comfortable, but it works.

CBvBu>  I assume that there is no interest to have such a function integrated
CBvBu>  into BackupPC.

CBvBu>  Btw., what program uncompresses the XferLOG.*.z files? Neither gzip,
CBvBu>  zcat, unzip or any other tested tool works?

CBvBu>  Michael

CBvBu>  Tuesday, May 15, 2018, 4:26:16 PM, you wrote:

 RT>> Perhaps scouring the XferLOG for lines marked 'new' would help?

 RT>> Robert Trevellyan

 RT>> On Tue, May 15, 2018 at 1:54 AM, Michael Schumacher
RT>> <> wrote:

  RT>>> Not sure if this is helpful, but if you browse to a specific
  RT>>> folder for a host, you can then click a link to view that folder's 

RT>>  thanks Robert, I was aware of that feature, but it only allows a per
 RT>>  directory browsing. With a typical Windows directory structure, it is
 RT>>  impossible to identify the one hidden directory that causes the
 RT>>  trouble.

 RT>>  What I have in mind is either a listing what files are actually new or
 RT>>  some kind of display that would only show that part of the directory
 RT>>  structure that was actually modified in a given backup.

 RT>>   best regards
 RT>>  ---
 RT>>  Michael Schumacher

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