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2018-03-02 07:51:51 GMT <yreg> Morning everyone
2018-03-02 07:52:21 GMT <yreg> bmejias, I can already tell (out of the first dozen pages or so) this book is awesome !
2018-03-02 07:52:23 GMT <yreg> thanks
2018-03-02 08:00:47 GMT <bmejias> yreg very nice then. I forgot I wanted to tweet about it.
2018-03-02 08:07:57 GMT <bmejias> I absolutely enjoyed reading it and learn a lot
2018-03-02 08:16:36 GMT <alfbot> angelborroy: Sent 15 hours and 29 minutes ago: <yreg> very nice blog, short, precise and clear ...
2018-03-02 19:56:40 GMT <alfbot> jpotts: Sent 3 days, 11 hours, and 23 minutes ago: <yreg> there was an addon from AFaust during the virtual global hackathon that made it possible to browse archive store and even see thumbnails .... that might help with some inspiration for what you are trying to do
2018-03-02 19:58:03 GMT <jpotts> yreg: Thanks. That was quite a night. It turned out the customer had written a script that recursively navigated the folder tree, deleting everything in every folder…
2018-03-02 19:58:13 GMT <jpotts> So when the folders were sent to the archive they were empty…
2018-03-02 19:58:22 GMT <jpotts> Which prevented a "deep restore" from being possible…
2018-03-02 19:58:43 GMT <jpotts> I had to recover the folder structure from top, down
2018-03-02 19:59:21 GMT <jpotts> Which is a massive pain because without writing code you cannot see the old folder structure by looking at the archive store in the node browser
2018-03-02 20:01:42 GMT <jpotts> Speaking of backup/restore, does anyone know if BART (or some other tool) can do object level restores without restoring the entire repo to a "restore server"?
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