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actually the above does merely achieve a backup everything while excluding some files/folders. the correct answer would be. use the highest common root folder that contains all folder you want to back up. using SOURCE="/" is the easy way to achieve that. now modify your .duply/<profile>/exclude as follows + /folder1 + /folder2 - ** Note: there ...


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Does it have something to do with Google Docs becoming Google Drive? Very likely as the Google Docs API is deprecated: Important: Version 3 of the Google Documents List API has been officially deprecated as of September 14, 2012. It will continue to work as per our deprecation policy, but we encourage you to move to the Google Drive API. I didn't ...


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In the long description of the many variants of how to include and exclude files, there seems to be one most important sentence: A given file is excluded by the file selection system exactly when the first matching file selection condition specifies that the file be excluded. According to this, you need an include option for the files you want first, so ...


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The file selection section of the duplicity man page states: Each file selection condition either matches or doesn’t match a given file. A given file is excluded by the file selection system exactly when the first matching file selection condition specifies that the file be excluded; otherwise the file is included. This relates to the --include / ...


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Make the source your system root SOURCE="/" and then create an exclude file at: ~/conf/<backupprofile>/exclude At this article there is a good example of exclude file: http://aguslr.github.com/blog/2012/04/18/backups-with-duply/ **/*[Cc]ache* **/*[Hh]istory* **/*[Ss]ocket* **/*[Tt]humb* **/*[Tt]rash* **/*[Bb]ackup **/*.[Bb]ak **/*[Dd]ump ...


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Duplicity will attempt to resume a previously aborted/failed/partial backup. the rsync options will not help, as duplicity encrypts each tardiff file as it it created, and deletes these not yet transferred files on failure. The rsync options will allow it to resume a transfer if no encryption is in use.


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According to duplicity and rsync man, you should try this if you stop during the upload (don't know whether it's safe during encryption): duplicity --rsync-options="-P" other_args


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Seems to be a bug with Duplicity: https://bugs.launchpad.net/duplicity/+bug/662442 That thread included a couple of workarounds such as running the verify on single directories at a time vs. the entire tree. Not ideal but better than nothing.


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You could use the --dry-run option to find out. Scripting might be a chore, as you would have to parse out the phrase "Last full backup is too old, forcing full backup" from the log... but doable.


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I know this is an old question, but I recently had the same problem, so I'll provide a solution hoping it'll help someone out there. It's really easy - use the --force flag. duplicity --force file:///home/user/Backup / This will probably not only restore missing files to the directories you've backed up, but also replace newer versions of backed up files ...


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The python-gdata on Ubuntu 12.04 is 2.0.14-2, this is outdated. Download latest python-gdata deb from http://mirrors.kernel.org/ubuntu/pool/universe/p/python-gdata/python-gdata_2.0.18+dfsg-1_all.deb and then run dpkg -i python-gdata_2.0.18+dfsg-1_all.deb


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does it have something to do with Google Docs becoming Google Drive? Check this interesting bug report https://bugs.launchpad.net/duplicity/+bug/1030868 could it be that API or urls have changes since then? Is very likely. If so, what can I do to make duplicity work? There is a fix in the way. You should wait till is committed to the main ...



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