Bvckup - high speed "delta" sync

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Re: Bvckup - high speed "delta" sync

#46 Post by lintalist » Wed Jan 11, 2017 12:40 pm

Not exactly related but from the same developer comes CCSIO, Cold-Cache Sequential IO
... little Xmas side project ... It's a little benchmark that tries to find the best way read/write large files at a given location, be it a local volume, a virtual mount or a remote share. The way it works is that it goes through a list of (io-buffer-size, io-buffer-count, io-mode) combinations, measures bulk throughput for each and tallies up the results.
Homepage - https://ccsiobench.com - has exact benchmark description and there's a longer, more technical description over at Fundamentals of Fast Bulk IO page

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Re: Bvckup - high speed "delta" sync

#47 Post by webfork » Fri Jan 13, 2017 3:12 pm

lintalist wrote:Not exactly related but from the same developer comes CCSIO, Cold-Cache Sequential IO
I'll check this out solely based on the author. I was very impressed both by the interface as well as program capabilities.
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Re: Bvckup - high speed "delta" sync

#48 Post by giulia » Sun Dec 31, 2017 9:23 am

hi
great program
i found out now
is it stealth? it's not specified

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