Bastrama is a command line tool to manage backup files that are stored on hard drives. It implements an infinite grandfather-father-son strategy by deleting a defined subset of all backup files, saving space while the files remains accessible in multiple versions (aka "virtual tape rotation").
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Release Notes: A --size option has been added that checks files for a minimal file size to avoid backups eventually being replaced by corrupted files. The documentation has been improved. From this point on, Bastrama is akin to "virtual tape rotation".
Release Notes: Documentation was added. Usability improvements and code cleanup were done.
Release Notes: Improved documentation.