gavin at openfusion.com.au
Sun Jan 17 22:32:54 UTC 2010
On Sun, Jan 17, 2010 at 05:10:48PM -0500, Chris Anderson wrote:
> I just noticed that in rev 283, the following was added to the docs for
> Having said that, the digest cache is actually pretty important when
> using encryption. If you lose the cache all your files will need to
> re-read, re-encrypted, and reloaded to the target, and will result in
> duplicate storage of all your data, as Brackup can't tell if the data
> already exists, because encryption makes different files each time.
> do look after it. :-)
> As far as I can tell, this isn't true (though it is for the
> InventoryDatabase). Am I missing someting?
Good question. That was me refactoring the DigestCache and Dict::SQLite
perldocs to allow for other kinds of dictionaries.
I added that paragraph on the basis of the doc/data-structures.txt, but I think
you're right - that's probably a pre-inventory-db document, and those comments
apply now to the inventory db, not the digest cache. I'll correct.
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