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