Re: [BackupPC-users] how can I identify in which backup a certain file is?

2018-05-17 Thread Michael Schumacher
Thanks Craig,

much appreciated,

BackupPC_zcat XferLOG | grep new | less

gives a nicely readable output.

Michael



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 
history.

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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Re: [BackupPC-users] how can I identify in which backup a certain file is?

2018-05-16 Thread Craig Barratt via BackupPC-users
BackupPC_zcat.

Craig

On Wed, May 16, 2018 at 10:30 PM, Michael Schumacher <
michael.schumac...@pamas.de> wrote:

> Thanks Robert,
>
> this is not very comfortable, but it works.
>
> I assume that there is no interest to have such a function integrated
> into BackupPC.
>
> Btw., what program uncompresses the XferLOG.*.z files? Neither gzip,
> zcat, unzip or any other tested tool works?
>
> Michael
>
> 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
> history.
>
> 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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Re: [BackupPC-users] how can I identify in which backup a certain file is?

2018-05-16 Thread Michael Schumacher
Thanks Robert,

this is not very comfortable, but it works.

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

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

Michael

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 
history.

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


RT> 
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Re: [BackupPC-users] how can I identify in which backup a certain file is?

2018-05-15 Thread Robert Trevellyan
Perhaps scouring the XferLOG for lines marked 'new' would help?

Robert Trevellyan

On Tue, May 15, 2018 at 1:54 AM, Michael Schumacher <
michael.schumac...@pamas.de> 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
> history.
>
> thanks Robert, I was aware of that feature, but it only allows a per
> directory browsing. With a typical Windows directory structure, it is
> impossible to identify the one hidden directory that causes the
> trouble.
>
> What I have in mind is either a listing what files are actually new or
> some kind of display that would only show that part of the directory
> structure that was actually modified in a given backup.
>
>
>  best regards
> ---
> Michael Schumacher
> PAMAS Partikelmess- und Analysesysteme GmbH
> Dieselstr.10, D-71277 Rutesheim
> Tel +49-7152-99630
> Fax +49-7152-996333
> Geschäftsführer: Gerhard Schreck
> Handelsregister B Stuttgart HRB 252024
>
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Re: [BackupPC-users] how can I identify in which backup a certain file is?

2018-05-14 Thread Michael Schumacher


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 history.

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

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


 best regards
---
Michael Schumacher
PAMAS Partikelmess- und Analysesysteme GmbH
Dieselstr.10, D-71277 Rutesheim
Tel +49-7152-99630
Fax +49-7152-996333
Geschäftsführer: Gerhard Schreck
Handelsregister B Stuttgart HRB 252024


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Re: [BackupPC-users] how can I identify in which backup a certain file is?

2018-05-14 Thread Robert Trevellyan
Not sure if this is helpful, but if you browse to a specific folder for a
host, you can then click a link to view that folder's history.

Robert Trevellyan

On Mon, May 14, 2018 at 2:56 AM, Michael Schumacher <
michael.schumac...@pamas.de> wrote:

> good morning,
>
> one of the windows clients that are backed up shows quite large number
> and size of new files in every backup. I suspect that some temp files
> are included over and over again.
>
> As far as I can see, there is no way to identify a list of files that
> have actually been altered and that are included in a certain
> incremental backup. This would be necessary to exclude that temp file
> from backup.
>
> Did I miss something or is that actually not possible.
>
> best regards
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> Fax +49-7152-996333
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