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b2uploader - backup to server

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README.md

b2uploader

Build Status

Documentation Status

What is it?

B2Uploader is a Console app (tested on Windows, may work with Mono or .NET Core on Linux and Mac... need to do some testing) which allows you to upload a folder to Backblaze B2.

##How do i use it?

Get the source and build in Visual Studio (2013 and 2015 should work). using cmd line, go to the build folder and run a command as follows:

b2uploader --i accountid --a appkey --d directory_to_upload

where accountid and appkey are gotten from BackBlaze's site, and the directory is the folder you want uploaded

##Known issues

  • very little logging or details of what is going on fixed (mostly)
  • no error handing (currently crashes with VERY large files and multithreading). also fixed
  • Cant currently change bucket (picks the first one, known bug#4
  • probably a lot of other stuff... leave issues please!

##What have i used it for?

The app uses multiple threads to do uploads. I am running on a machine in the house with 2 8 core Xeons and 64Gb ram. With this, it kicks of something like 64 threads (the test folder only had 48 files, so all started uploading immediatly!).

##Comments?