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# Global settings for the SQLite Plugin - Requires holland-sqlite
[sqlite]
# Comma separated list of sqlite database files. Should really be set in the
# backupsets config.
databases =
# Path to the sqlite binary
binary = /usr/bin/sqlite3
## Compression Settings
[compression]
## Compress method: gzip, gzip-rsyncable, bzip2, pbzip2, or lzop
## Which compression method to use, which can be either gzip, bzip2, or lzop.
## Note that lzop is not often installed by default on many Linux
## distributions and may need to be installed separately.
method = gzip
## Whether to compress data as it is provided from 'sqlite', or to
## compress after a dump has finished. In general, it is often better to use
## inline compression. The overhead, particularly when using a lower
## compression level, is often minial since the entire process is often I/O
## bound (as opposed to being CPU bound).
inline = yes
## What compression level to use. Lower numbers mean faster compression,
## though also generally a worse compression ratio. Generally, levels 1-3
## are considered fairly fast and still offer good compression for textual
## data. Levels above 7 can often cause a larger impact on the system due to
## needing much more CPU resources. Setting the level to 0 effectively
## disables compresion.
level = 1
## If the path to the compression program is in a non-standard location,
## or not in the system-path, you can provide it here.
##
## FIXME: Currently not implemented, compression binary is looked up by
## which.
##
#bin-path = /usr/bin/gzip