could I suggest that you label your tests on github not just with a number but with somethink
like “#4 - mixed files fixed 1M chunks” or so.
The description on the
readme page is not clear? Give me an example of how you are thinking it could be the description.
I’m finding it increasinly difficult to grasp what is actually being tested in each test and to navigate
the tests accordingly.
In fact I’m testing more than one thing on each test. In the 5th I tested:
- if 1M chunk is suitable for a mixed repository (mbox and SQLite files)
- what happens when deleting a large number of files (the account on day 3)
- what is the impact of include / exclude patterns?
is not surprising but I cannot relate it to this chart
22.374.000 => day 3:
Why not combine them into a single chart?
I thought the look would be confusing, but that might be a good idea. In test 4 it was fine.
The purpose of the first graph is to show that even with decreasing repository size (with the removal of files on the third day), the storage space does not immediately reduce without a prune, which is obvious at first, but not all people realize this.
The purpose of the second chart is to show that the actual size (reported by Rclone) is not the same as that reported by the Duplicacy log, which is associated with chunks.
But you’re right: I could be clearer. I’ll put these texts there.
I also miss information on if an when you ran the prune command.
prune so far…
I assume the “duplicati” bit is a typo
Yes, the same as the other time, I will correct it, thank you!