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Okay, where do I get the newest build? I cannot find a link to a packaged file at http://downloads.kitenet.net/git-annex/autobuild/amd64/
I'd rather not build it from master myself, as all the Haskell dependencies are not well supported on Arch linux. Thats why I switched from the git-annex package to the git-annex-bin package in AUR in the first place.
Since you are using gpg encryption, your repository may have
insecure embedded creds. Strongly suggest you check if it
Wow, the code seems to neglect to actually set up a pipe from glacier-cli's
stdout. It seems this broke quite a while ago, in
fb19d56476bb6eb5aa4d794a10199adb267d5870 and nobody noticed.
I have committed what should be a fix, but it's pretty hard for me to test
this. Can you please either test the current daily autobuild for linux
amd64 (should be ready about 15 minutes after I post this comment), or
build git-annex from master and test?
Right. In the meantime, I've fixed the behavior of vicfg when deleting
lines, so it resets them to the default automatically.
Well, are there any files in your repository (outside .git) that
are still symlinks to content in .git? If not, you know that
every file in the repository's working tree has been unannexed
The remaining files in .git/annex/objects are not unused, so some branch or tag
must refer to those files.
You might try running git log --stat -S'KEY'
where KEY is the basename name of one of the files in .git/annex/objects.
This will find commits to the repo that refer to that object, so you'll
know where it was used and what filename corresponded to it.
git log --stat -S'KEY'
If you use git annex sync --content, it will do a full sync,
including uploading any necessary files to the transfer repo,
downloading any files that are on the transfer repo, and
dropping files from the transfer repo once they've been
transferred to the client repos.
git annex sync --content
Adding the files will take as long as it takes to read and hash
the conents of those files from disk. If that's too slow, --backend=WORM
will bypass the hashing, so it will take seconds.
Time required to sync files depends on the bandwidth to wherever it's
syncing with, obviously.