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.
|Operating Systems||Windows Linux|
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Release Notes: This is the first release of Burp 2, an experimental version of burp that has the capability of doing inline deduplication with variable length checksums, and sparse indexing on the server side. Use with extreme caution.
Release Notes: 'make test' now skips tests if no source of randomness seems to exist for OpenSSL to use. A bug with restoring correct file times on Windows clients was fixed. False failure notifications were fixed by differentiating between not getting a lock and getting an error when trying to get a lock. Excessive logging was disabled on some restores. Debian packaging changes were made. An encryption casting problem on 64-bit big endian platforms (e.g. s390x, ppc64, sparc64) was fixed.
Release Notes: A bugfix for restoring correct file times on Windows clients was added.
Release Notes: This is a 'stable candidate' release. It has another bugfix for false failure notification - differentiate between not getting a lock and getting an error when trying to get a lock. It turns off excessive logging on some restores.
Release Notes: This release adds a bugfix for false failure notification when a client tries to connect again while a backup is still in progress.