All releases of Backup Manager

  •  03 Feb 2009 15:48
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    Release Notes: This release fixes a bunch of bugs found in the previous release. The most important bugs that were fixed are related to better support for external programs used for archive creation. An annoying bug concerning the SCP upload feature was also closed.

    •  15 Apr 2008 00:03
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      Release Notes: This release fixes 15 known bugs found in version 0.7.6. It provides a security fix (password disclosure in FTP uploads) and a new major feature: the ability for the user to adjust the niceness of processes executed by backup-manager (useful for desktop users). A couple of bugs about incremental archives are fixed too.

      •  30 Aug 2007 17:13
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        Release Notes: This is the third bugfix version of the stable branch. It fixes a security issue about a password disclosure that occurred during FTP uploads.

        •  10 May 2007 18:30
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          Release Notes: This release comes after a couple of months of development. It provides a major security fix for the MySQL backup method, many bugfixes, and better documentation.

          •  17 Sep 2006 13:14
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            Release Notes: This release provides a couple of new features: support for lzma archives, encryption of local archives with GPG, and support for FTP transfers over TLS. This release also comes with lots of bugfixes. This is meant to be the last development version before the next stable release.

            •  21 Jun 2006 18:05
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              Release Notes: This release is mainly about bugfixes. It also provides support for purging remote archives through SSH (in the same manner as for FTP transfers).

              •  05 May 2006 07:32
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                Release Notes: This release provides two new upload methods. The first one is called "ssh-gpg" and lets you upload your locally-built archives to untrusted remote places. During the upload (which is performed with SSH), the archives are encrypted using GPG. The other one, called "s3", is able to upload your archives to the Amazon S3 Storage service (if you have a valid account). This release also comes with a couple of bugfixes (so filenames with spaces are now fully supported) and provides some new options.

                •  04 Apr 2006 15:20
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                  Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that affects the purging system. In versions prior to 0.6.2, the purging system used to drop too many files in the repository.

                  •  12 Mar 2006 14:14
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                    Release Notes: This release provides a new burning system that can be run interactively in order to burn the whole repository into several optical media (CDR/DVD). The process burns data until the medium is full and then ask the user to put a new medium for following up. It's also now possible to burn all the archives of a specific day with the command line. The dar support has been enhanced with better support of incremental backups and bugfixes. More than 16 known bugs have been closed since the last release.

                    •  08 Feb 2006 16:19
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                      Release Notes: This release provides full "dar" support for archiving repositories with the dar utility. The MySQL archive method has been enhanced and can now backup every database with a single keyword in the configuration file (no more need to list all the databases). The DVD burning process has been updated to be compliant with DVD-RW media.

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