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Support for XZ file compression #93

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KnightAR opened this Issue Apr 18, 2017 · 3 comments

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XZ allows database dumps to be compressed way better then gzip or bz2. Can support be added for XZ?

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This is a great idea, I have a prototype working on my laptop. I'm currently out snowboarding but I will integrate it right when I'm back at home with some proper internet connection ;)

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sebastianfeldmann commented Apr 19, 2017

This is a great idea, I have a prototype working on my laptop. I'm currently out snowboarding but I will integrate it right when I'm back at home with some proper internet connection ;)

sebastianfeldmann added a commit that referenced this issue Apr 21, 2017

Add zx compression - issue #93
You can now choose 'xz' for your target compression.
For this to work you must have the 'xz' binary installed
and available in your path.

To install the xz compressor you can do something like:
  Debian: apt-get install xz-utils
  OSX:    brew install xz
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I added support for zx compression, currently only available in dev-master.

You can use it with something like

<target ... compress="xz" />

For tar commands the J option is used for simple file compression the xz binary is executed directly.

I added support for zx compression, currently only available in dev-master.

You can use it with something like

<target ... compress="xz" />

For tar commands the J option is used for simple file compression the xz binary is executed directly.

@sebastianfeldmann sebastianfeldmann added this to the Version 5.0.0 milestone May 2, 2017

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Will be released with version 5.0.0

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sebastianfeldmann commented May 2, 2017

Will be released with version 5.0.0

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