I’m just looking at the output of a diff command (specifically
duplicacy diff -r 10 -r 11) and I’m unsure on what the output is showing me, hopefully someone can help clear this up.
I can see (in the following order):
symbol - “*”, “+”, “-” or a blank space. Perhaps:
- “+” is for a file in -r 11 but not in -r 10.
- “-” is for a file in -r 10 but not -r 11.
- I notice the “*” and the empty space are present when a file is listed twice so perhaps this is for when the files are in both revisions but have changed? Maybe the “*” indicates the file as in revision 11?
number - e.g. “239075328”. Presumably this is a byte count, is it the original size of the file?
date - The last modified date of the file?
time - Last modified time?
hash - The hash of the file?
Ultimately (and this is kind of a second question) I’m trying to work out if there is a way to see, in a particular revision, what files contributed the most to increasing the storage used. I can see from the backup log that I’m adding say 10GB of data in a backup but it would be great to know what files were to blame.