brad at danga.com
Sun Oct 21 06:05:42 UTC 2007
New version (finally) released. I'll get to the other patches next, but
wanted to get out the directory layout stuff as soon as possible.
1.06 (october 20, 2007)
- new on-disk layout for the Filesystem target. fully backwards
compatible with the old layout. also, if max-link count (max
files in a directory) is hit, this new version will carefully
rearrange the minimum files necessary to the new layout to
make room, all automatically. the new format is xx/xx/*,
rather than xxxx/xxxx/xxxx/xxxx/* which was stupid and overkill.
stupid because that's 65k of files in the root, twice ext3's
limit, and overkill because leaves were always just 1 file.
thanks to Max Kanat-Alexander for pointing this out, and
part of the patch to use new layout pattern.
- quieter (no) error messages on death/control-C from gpg child
processes who were previously confused by their parent processes
going away and cleaning up their shared temp files.
- actually respect the --just flag on restore
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