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dsmci
an scripting collection for backup up large filesysteme with parallel tree walks and backup jobs
a script for backup up large filesysteme with parallel tree walks and backup jobs
using intially IBM TSM / ISP and the "dsmc i" command
initially there were three flavours
there are two versions of the script
- `dsmci.pl` has passed some tests and is in use at GWDG
- `dev-dsmci.pl` contains some new functions, but is in development
**Important:**
The newer versions of dsmci.pl uses the module "File::Find::Rule". This seems not to be part of all perl installations so
you may need to install it manually like this
cpan -i File::Find::Rule
**Even if `dsmci.pl` has passed some tests and is in use, we do not assume no guarantee or liability for errors or omissions.**
Contributions are welcome :-)
*former develepment:*
the project started as a collection of scripts, initially there were three flavours
- bash (for Linux only, deprecated, abandomed)
- perl (for Linux and Windows, in develeopment)
- powershell (for windows only, abandomed)
now there are different versions inside the perl implementation
then there were also different versions inside the perl implementation
- dsmcis.pl the simple approach working just one level below the given start folder, "S" is for "simple"
- dsmci.pl an approache allowing to set the depth to dive in before doing the parallel processing
- dsmciFD.pl an approche diving down to the deepest folder level and backup up *all* folders in parallel, "FD" is for "full depth"
=> all versions are tested and work, but NO guarantee is given :-)
Important:
The newest version of dsmci.pl uses the module "File::Find::Rule". This seems not to be part of all perl installations so
you may need to install it manually like this
cpan -i File::Find::Rule
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