DAR 2.7.1 freeware
dar is a shell command that backs up directory trees and files, taking care of hard links, Extended Attributes, sparse files, MacOS's file forks, any inode type (including Solaris Door inodes), etc.
|OS||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||backup tool, create backup, file compression, create, creator, compress|
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|2.7.1||May 13, 2021||New Release|
|2.7.0||Apr 26, 2021||New Release||Using the truncate system call whenever possible in place of skipping back in the archive, when file need to re-save uncompressed, or when file has changed while it was read for backup
Improved slice name versus base name error, now substituting (rather than just asking the user) the first by the later when else it would lead to an execution error.
Auto-detecting min-digits at reading time in complement of the feature listed just above
Added the possibility to specify a gnupg key by mean of its key-id in addition to the email address it may be associated to, both for asymmetrical encryption and archive signing.
Added -b option to dar_split to set the I/O block size
Added -r option to dar_split to limit the transfer rate
Added -c option to dar_split to limit the number of tape to read
New feature: zstd compression algorithm added
|2.6.14||Apr 1, 2021||New Release||Script used to build dar windows binary has been fixed to have the official default etc/darrc config file usable and used out of the box.
Fixed bug met when removing slices of an old backup located on a remote sftp server
Fixed bug in cache layer met when writing sliced backup to a remote ftp or sftp repository
Enhancement to the -[ and -] options to work as expected when "DOS" formatted text file is provided as a file listing.