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Burp is a program that backs up and restores data. It uses librsync in order to save on the amount of space that is used by each backup. It also uses VSS (Volume Shadow Copy Service) to make snapshots when backing up Windows computers.

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2013-01-30 05:44
1.3.24


This release adds lots of bugfixes related to the strip/split_vss options on Windows,

adds notification options to the server-side pre/post scripts,

adds an automated test script for testing Windows clients,

stops Windows from going to sleep during a backup,

and adds other small bugfixes.

2013-01-03 08:08
1.3.22

This release improves burp_ca,

fixes list/verify/restore when the regex is long and/or contains a colon,


fixes split_vss backups being restored on non-Windows machines with the -f (force)
option,


and adds a "-j" option to format the long list output as JSON

(intended for use with burpfs).

2012-12-18 12:22
1.3.20

This release has a bugfix for split/strip_vss = 1 on the client side always causing all files to be backed up. It makes configure report /usr as the default prefix.

2012-02-28 09:31
1.3.1

This release adds EFS support for Windows, uses mingw-w64 for both 32bit and 64bit Windows builds, adds an "exclude_fs =" option for Linux to skip partitions types (for example, tmpfs) without generating warnings, adds tweaks for getting Burp into official Debian and Ubuntu repositories, makes the server tell the client which extra features it supports, adds an option to strip the leading path components on restoration, and fixes a segfault which was happening on the server when SSL_accept() failed. Burp is now in Debian Sid and Ubuntu Precise.

2012-01-28 08:28
1.3.0

This release adds a mechanism for automatically upgrading clients. It fixes a bug where attributes on Windows directories were not getting read properly. It fixes a rounding problem in remaining time estimation in the status monitor. There are various small bugfixes. Windows depkgs have been upgraded to the latest versions of OpenSSL. Windows uninstall works.

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