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Dac-Man: A framework to track, compare and analyze large scientific data changes


Dac-Man is a framework to enable tracking, comparing and analyzing changes in large scientific data sets.

You can find the changes between two datasets using the command-line utility:

dacman diff <old datapath> <new datapath>

Features

Dac-Man is much more powerful than a simple diff utility.

  • It is extremely fast: it can retrieve changes from terabytes of data within seconds.
  • It can be used on desktops, as well as on large supercomputers.
  • It allows users to associate user-defined metadata for any dataset.
  • It is capable of identifying both file and data level changes.
  • It allows users to plugin their own scripts for richer change analysis.
  • It identifies changes between non-co-located datasets without the need for transferring the data, i.e., datasets need not be moved to a common location for comparison.

Documentation

Installation and usage instructions, as well as commented examples illustrating Dac-Man's features, are available on Dac-Man's documentation website.

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Support

If you have any issues, please contact us at: dac-man@lbl.gov

License

Dac-Man is licensed under the BSD 3-Clause license.

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