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Improved Open Source Backup:
Incorporating inline deduplication and sparse indexing solutions

G. P. E. Keeling

Abstract
Acknowledgements


1. Introduction
2. Software development methodology
3. Proof of concept programs
4. The first iteration
5. Comparative testing
6. Initial test results
7. The second iteration
8. Final test results
9. Further iterations
10. Conclusion
11. Evaluation of the project as a whole


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Appendix A - How the original 'burp' works
Appendix B - Design of the proof of concept programs
Appendix C - Rabin fingerprinting algorithm in C
Appendix D - Design of the first iteration
Appendix E - Design of the second iteration
Appendix F - Open source competition
Appendix G - Raw test data
Appendix H - Items to be completed before releasing the new software
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Burp, don't suck. Last updated: June 2014
By Graham Keeling
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