Kiwi Backup is an online backup system that can handle up to 200GB of data through an ADSL link. Network traffic is reduced using a block incremental system and de-duplication of data. The traffic is secured by an SSL transport layer.
|Tags||Security Archiving backup|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Windows|
|Translations||French German English|
Release Notes: This release handles big files better with a split system. This is very useful for small bandwidth and huge files (>10GB).
Release Notes: This release for Windows is based on a new HTTP library. The client can now handle open files with the Windows VSS option. This version is also more robust when running on multiple servers.
Release Notes: Kiwi backup can now handle remote disks with authentication via login/password. The Web administration for the backup server has been rewritten, and is more user-friendly.
Release Notes: This release is a full rewrite of the application. It adds clustered storage and global de-duplication of backed-up files. There is a new remote Web GUI.
Release Notes: This version better handles the restore process in text-only mode. Some problems with filename encoding in Latin1 on UTF8 systems were corrected.