I have been using duplicacy for a week now… It is absolutely amazing.
However, there is one thing I think should be handled differently: the behaviour of
prune -keep ..
Say I run three backups a day and once every week I prune old backups with the following:
duplicacy prune -keep 1:2 -all
Duplicacy will keep one revision per day for revisions older than 2 days, fine. The problem is that the first backup for each day is kept and the later ones discarded.
I don’t understand why this is the default behaviour.
Wouldn’t it be better to keep the last one for each day?
It seems more reasonable to me, as it represent a more recent status of the repository.