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Incrementally clones Linux drives

Project description

A lone hard drive stands atop a data heap, staring at the full moon. Suddenly, it transforms…into a bootable clone of your drive, whirring hungrily at the digital moon.

WereSync takes a Linux hard drive and effectively clones it, but works incrementally so you don’t have to spend so long backing up each time. Additionally, WereSync can clone to a smaller drive, if your data will fit on the smaller drive.

Installation

WereSync can be installed using the setup.py file.

$ ./setup.py install

If you have pip installed, you can easily install WereSync with the following command:

$ pip install weresync

Documentation

Documentation can be found on the Python Package Index.

Contributing and Bug Reports

To contribute simply clone this repository, make your changes, and submit a pull request. Bugs can be reported on the issue tracker

Licensing

This project is licensed under the Apache 2.0 License. Licensing is in the LICENSE.txt file in this directory.

Acknowledgments

Huge thanks to the creators of:

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